- Easy to use handy command line utility for Windows 9X/2K/XP- excellent replacement
for Start->Run command.
- Resides in system tray - can be activated at any time by pressing a hotkey.
- Supports aliases (macros) - lets you define short abbreviations that serve
as a substitute for long program path names. with aliases you can access programs
faster than by using start menu.
- Enhances the role of the keyboard in Windows interface, making keyboard
a useful accessory in lanching programs.
- The program is written in Visual C++ so it consumes very little amount of
memory and system resources.
- Tray Command Line doesn't require any additional DLL's or runtimes.
- AutoComplete - when this option is on, TrayCL auto-guesses the commands
you try to enter. AutoComplete has 2 modes:
- Normal mode - TrayCL tries to guess the text after amount of time specified
in delay field.
- Smart mode - TrayCL tries to guess the text after amount of time specified
in delay field and if it determines that the string you've entered so
far is unique in the history list - the command is auto-guessed immediately
without any further delay.
- Ability to change "dir" button default path - pressing dir button will open
file dialog in the user-specified directory. Default is "\".
- FastRun HotKey - Pressing this hotkey will execute the last program entered
in TrayCL dialog.
- Ability to show/hide tray icon. If this option is unchecked the tray icon
is hidden and the program can be activated only by a hotkey.
- Mini-view mode (no menus & no caption). You can toggle mini-view mode by
double-clicking in the editbox.
completion - tries to complete the incompletely typed filenames. File completion
is activated by pressing TAB key. Example: typing "c:\pro" and then
pressing TAB will complete the string to "c:\"program files"\".
aliases: now multiple commands can be executed using single alias name. Just
add more commands to the alias list in the AddAlias dialog.
launch via hotkey: you can launch your favorite applications using hotkeys
(after binding them to applications using traycl).
TrayCL window can now be expanded/resized horisontally.