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Powermenu :: isn’t it actually a power menu ?    

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Powermenu :: isn’t it actually a power menu ?



Oct
03

 

 

Powermenu:

 

power menu

 

 

Get the download links here:

 

 

PowerMenu adds some new useful extensions to the "window" (aka system) menu of application windows.

The current extensions include:

Priority Changes the priority of the window's parent process
Transparency Changes the transparency level of the window (Windows 2K/XP only)
Always On Top Makes the window sit on top of other windows even if it doesn't have focus.
Minimize To Tray Remove the window from the tasklist and places the window's on the system tray.

You can find out about new versions from here: http://www.veridicus.com/tummy/programming/powermenu.



Installation

  • Download and then unzip the archive into any directory you wish (I recommend C:\Program Files\PowerMenu)
  • Double click on PowerMenu.exe to run PowerMenu. 
  • If you want, create a shortcut to PowerMenu and put it in your Startup folder so PowerMenu starts up automatically.
  • Enjoy :).

Uninstalling

Simple delete the install directory.  PowerMenu doesn't place any files or settings anywhere else.


Command Line Options

You can supply command line options to PowerMenu to perform additional tasks.

Options
-quiet

When used, PowerMenu will not display any message boxes.
-close 

Tells PowerMenu to exit and release all windows that are minimized to the tray.
-about

Shows the about box.
-help

Shows this readme. 
-hideself [on | off]

Tells PowerMenu whether or not to display an icon of it self on the system tray.

Example:

PowerMenu -hideself on

Tells PowerMenu to not show itself on the system tray.
-minimized [on | off] title

Minimize or unmiminize the window with the title "title" to the system tray.

Example:

PowerMenu -minimized on "Notepad"

This will make  all windows with the word "Notepad" in it's title minimize to the system tray.
-topmost [on | off | toggle] title

Make a window "always on top".

PowerMenu -topmost on "Notepad"

Example:

This will make  all windows with the word "Notepad" in it's title appear on top of other windows.
-transparency name level

Sets the transparency level of a window.

PowerMenu -transparency "Notepad" 50

This will make the all windows with the word "Notepad" in it's title be 50% transparent.
 
-enable [priority | transparency | alwaysontop | minimizetotray]

Enables a PowerMenu extension.  Every application window's system menu will have an extra menu item for each enabled extension.  By default, PowerMenu starts up with all extensions enabled.

Examples:

PowerMenu -enable priority

Enables the priority menu and adds it to every application's window menu.
-disable [priority | transparency | alwaysontop | minimizetotray]

Disables a PowerMenu extension.  Every application window's system menu will have an extra menu item for each enabled extension.  By default, PowerMenu starts up with all extensions enabled.

Examples:

PowerMenu -disable priority

Disables the priority menu and removes it from every application's window menu.

 




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