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I have tried a lot of these type of program launchers that use keywords typed in to select the program to launch. So far this the only one I have actually continued to use. You can load the list it uses from any directory you want. Thus it is easy to use your current start menu directory or make a custom directory of shortcuts named how you want, then just load them into rock-it launcher. The program limits selections as you type, which quickly selects the item you are looking for.
The only two small issues I have are the keyboard shortcuts can not be user defined, and the window width/position and display mode are lost when the program is restarted.
The interface was well designed, and overall it worked quite well. I especially like the fact you could add multiple keywords for each entry.
The problem was I found two bugs.
1. It would not handle links with command line parameters passed with the link.
2. when programs are launched with runit! the current directory is not the directory of the application but runit!'s directory. I have had context help not work etc on programs launched with runit! Also Cathy.exe a disk cataloging program will not load catalogs when launched with runit! do to the current directory not being correct.
If these two bugs are worked out I would then recommend this program.
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