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What is RemoteTray:
RemoteTray is a program which allows you to remove any window from the taskbar and add instead of this window a corresponding icon to the SystemTray. RemoteTray is Freeware. I am not responsible for any damage or lost of data caused by the use of this program.
Copy RemoteTray.exe into the directory from the *.exe file you want to control.
Then open the Autostart folder (or any other) and make a shortcut to RemoteTray.exe (Change the icon if you want).
Now click on this new shortcut and fill out the fields as you can see in the screenshot samples.
If you use RemoteTray for more than one application, you must add a parameter in the commandline of the shortcut. E.g. ("C:\VIAhm\viahm.exe" VIA). This is necessary to identify the settings for different applications.
If the window title checkbox is disabled the window title string is a substring of the window title. The window title is case sensitive, so pay attention to this.
The left spin control means the window number which is used to control (only necessary if there are more than one windows with the same name).
The right spin control stands for the total number of windows with the same name to be checked.
The icon in the Settings Dialog which is used for the system
tray icon can only be changed if there are more than on icons available in
the specified *.exe file.
1.10 Filesize: 48 kB Shared Libraries Recommended!
RemoteTray Version 1.10 Filesize: 248 kB Static Libraries (use this version if you have not installed MFC42.dll ...)
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Last updated: 17.06.2001