"I know this is possible", said me to myself when I found out these tricks.
Recently, I found out two tricks for rearranging menu bar. The first trick is by relaunching the menu bar features while the second trick is by dragging and dropping the icons.
The first trick, considered a stupid trick, is by relaunching the menu bar features. For example I have Adium and Digg icon that are attached to my menu bar. If I want to place Digg icon at the left of Adium icon, I will simply quit my Digg and open it right after that. I will see my Digg icon appears at the very left side of the menu bar features. This trick will spend your time equal to total number of closing and opening all features inside your menu bar.
The second trick, dragging and dropping, can be done with the help of Command key. It's the only requirement. It seems to be so good at first, yet in some extent seems to be more stupid than the first trick. Some icons seem to be so ignorance that they reject to move their butt when you Command-Drag. Instead, they just show you what they have. However, this trick is, luckily, able to help me arrange my VPN Connection, iStat Menus, Remote Desktop Preferences, Language Flag and Calendar icons.
This visualization below is my final result.
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