There is no user interface. There is nothing to configure, and nothing to figure out-minimalism at its greatest.
QuickSwitch recognizes file types "TEXT" and "ttro"-these are standard SimpleText formats. The former is the generic, editable file type, and the latter is known as "read only."
After going to great lengths creating a "perfect" read-me file, I want to preserve it and "lock" it so that its content cannot be (accidentally) changed. And the more read-me's I create, the more I hate having to manually change the file type with some bloated program.
QuickSwitch solves this problem, for me at least.
Changes in Version 2.0:
* Made the application smaller for PPC and even faster on both PPC and 68k Macs.
Changes in Version 1.5:
* Recompiled with the *much* faster REALbasic 2.0. QuickSwitch now runs over twice as fast on my G3's.
* Added a quick launch menu item (beneath the Apple Menu) to go to the QuickSwitch web site.
Questions, comments, bugs, or otherwise are appreciated. I can be reached via email at:
< firstname.lastname@example.org >
The latest versions of QuickSwitch can be found at:
< http://www.maurym.com/QuickSwitch >
QuickSwitch is copyright © 1998-99 Maury McCown. All rights reserved. This application can only be distributed in its entire, archived form. I take no responsibility for any possible damage caused by, or in relation to, QuickSwitch.
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