Thanks again. I understand your points. I wish that LaunchBar Commander would display correctly on my computer. I am using "Route 1" for a launch bar now, which is good, but I was looking for more flexibility.
It seems that Mouser's target audience excludes anyone who changes settings on their computer. That is Mouser's right to choose. However, I think it's better to design programs that don't require default settings on a computer. No developer can expect to control everything the user does.
This really was a problem (say 20 years ago), when programs demanded to be installed in certain directories, or demanded to have drive "C" be your boot drive, or when programs installed their own hotkeys that could not be turned off, or more recently, when programs were constantly installing their own junk into Windows directories. What a mess! Fortunately, things have improved, and developers have begun to show respect for the user.
I have another program that uses the active titlebar text color as the background for a dialog. Ouch! That color defaults to white in most Windows schemes, but in mine, it's dark blue. Unfortunately, the developer didn't choose the corresponding (active titlebar background color) for his text, which would have made it legible. Instead, he hardwired the text to be in black. Why put unnecessary limitations on the configurations that can use your software?
OK, enough of my philosophy! Nice talking to you, and maybe we'll cross paths again somewhere.
P.S. I never would have guessed that your native language is not English -- your English is excellent. I am afraid that, like many North Americans, my foreign languages are poor. I have a little Spanish, but no (and I guess) Portuguese nor French.