PowerPro has a nice "*Menu Tray" command...
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showing Notes when specified programs or documents are active
You can arrange for notes to be shown only when a program or a document is the foreground window. To do this, you first check "Show !captionlist category matching active" on the Setup >Advanced >Notes. You should then restart PowerPro. You then have to create and assign a special category for notes you want to depend on the active window.
The category name must start with an exclamation mark (!) and take the form: !captionlist where the caption list is set to match the programs or documents for which the note is to be shown.
Document matching assumes the document name is placed in the window caption and the caption list is used to match that caption. Use a + instead of an * for the caption wildcard (since categories are stored as folder names and Windows does not allow * in folder names).
For example, notes with category: !=winword,=notepad
would appear whenever MS Word or Notepad programs were active.
For example, notes with category: !Microsoft excel+mysheet.xls
would appear only when a caption starting with Microsoft Excel and ending in mysheet.xls appeared on the active window.
Web page: http://www.lupopensu...te.com/db/dropit.htm
Description: It is a simple drop target (a floating image on your desktop) that you can drop files onto to quickly position them in folders of your choice. It allow to set a destination folder for each pattern rule defined (also for folders, if feature is actived), to move/copy them and to overwrite/skip/rename duplicates.
Stealth: Yes. (this software is my creation )
License: Freeware (may be gpl in future)
System Requirements: XP/Vista/Seven (needs to be tested on other versions)
you can't remove them per se (i could add an option to let you remove them), but you can drag and slide the area to the left of them fully to the right to hide all buttons.-mouser (August 19, 2009, 01:55 PM)