License: Freeware
Downloads: 0
Op. System: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000
Last updated: 2009-11-02
File size: 240 KB
Publisher: John Foster

Publisher description for BeTrayed

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BeTrayed! is a small 32 bit command line utility which allows you to easily add a collection of Shortcuts to the System Tray (Notification Area in Microsoft speak) It allows you to quickly access frequently used Folders, files, URLs and applications - even though they were never designed to be launched from the Tray. For maximum flexibility, BeTrayed! functions in two modes, either single command mode or, more usually, in Batch mode where it adds multiple icons to the Tray, all managed by one instance of BeTrayed! - in both modes, you specify the command to launch and, optionally, the tool tip text to show and an alternative icon. If not specified, the tool tip defaults to the command line and the icon to the Default icon contained in the file (or if there isn't one, the one for the associated application) New in v1.1 After a complete internal re-write, an updated version of BeTrayed finally makes a long overdue apperance. I've purposely kept the functionality basic and just concentrated on keeping BeTrayed light-weight and good at doing the one task it's designed to do - allowing 'non-system tray' applications to be launched straight from the system tray with minimum fuss. Along with greater resilience, logging and better packaging (an 'MSI'), this version is better at handling parameters for any command you want in the tray and is generally better at automatically determining the most asthetically pleasing icon to use.

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