just realized I should have posted this in the Developers Corner board. Can I get this moved please?
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|Application Name||Quick Cliq|
|Short Description||Quick Cliq is a portable menu based application launcher and productivity tool with features that you won’t find anywhere else!|
|Supported OSes||Windows XP - 7|
|Author||Apathetic_Coding & Pavel (Not a DC member.... yet!)|
Hey! Your site name is suspiciously similar to my own Apathyware license, (created way back in my Amiga days, circa 1992/3).
I'm gonna sue for copyright infringement.
Then again, do I care?-4wd (January 10, 2010, 08:21 PM)
JumpTo is a menu based launcher that holds static links to files, folders, programs, websites, and even command line parameters. The links can be held inside of 4 customizable sub-menus or alternately launched through a text command. JumpTo also offers quick note taking, window management (hide and show windows), a runbox replacement with added functionality, along with other smaller less used functions like, importing the date & time to the clipboard for easy pasting and formatting the contents of the clipboard to plain text or converting a copied file or folder to its full path.
Best of all JumpTo is small (under 1mb), quick, and can be shown anywhere on the screen and in any program through various hot keys (including one that doesn't involve the keyboard for extra quick access)
Is something that has to stay running in the background at all times?
I have an old slow WinME machine that has had a tooltip issue for many years, but not one of tooltips showing behind the taskbar. The issue I have had is tooltips failing to show at all, anywhere, in any app. They just suddenly stop working, then later start working again. I have never been able to figure out what is triggering it or how to fix it.
One of the apps I wrote even had a feature added to it specifically because of this problem. My clock application has the option to show the date in a dialog, for use when my tooltips stop working.
I wonder if this utility could help, but then again if it has to stay running in the background at all times, it wouldn't be too useful on that really low spec machine.-app103 (January 10, 2010, 01:28 PM)