Swift Access Version 1.5
(C) Copyright 1993 TOGGLE BOOLEANS
Swift Access provides iconic representations of your applications
on your Windows desktop. When you first run Swift Access, icons
for the most frequently used Windows utilities will be loaded.
Using Swift Access
After you have started Swift Access, the Swift Access Control Panel
can be accessed by double-clicking on the Swift Access icon at
the top left of your screen. From the Control Panel you can
customize Swift Access to display icons for the programs
that you most frequently use. Up to twelve icons are supported.
To add a new icon to the list, click on the '>' button to the right
of one of the empty text boxes. The Properities menu will appear,
allowing you to specify the program information for that icon.
In the Command Line text box, enter the full path of the
application you wish to add. Alternatively, you can click on
the Browse button to invoke the standard Windows dialog box
for locating programs. When not using the Browse button,
remember to type the full path name of the application
By default, Swift Access will use the application's directory
as the default working directory. To specify a different working
directory, simply type the directory name in the Working Dir
You can also select the initial window state for an icon's
application. Through the radio buttons in the Window State
group, you can select initial window states of Normal,
Minimized or Maximized. Note that some applications do not
support this feature. Support is dependant upon the
application itself and is beyond the control of Swift Access.
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License and Disclaimer
The Swift Access and the Swift Access Working Model are
provided AS IS.
TOGGLE BOOLEANS will in no way be responsible, in financial
or any other terms, for any damages whatsoever
(both consequential and incidental) resulting from the
use or misuse of Swift Access or the Swift Access