Pavel and I pushed out version tonight. Besides the general bug fixes we have added quite a few new features to the app. Here is the run down:

  • Added a quick preview for memos and clips while holding control and hovering the item in the menu
  • Added Multi-Target support. Now you can run more than one target for one shortcut. Hold the control key while choosing a shortcut type or simply separate targets with “{N}”
  • Added transparency support for the menu!
  • Added a new shortcut type, “Special Folder” that will open Windows special folders like My Computer, Control Panel, or Network Connections
  • Added a new menu called Recent that logs recently closed folders even if they were opened outside of Quick Cliq!
  • Added the ability to temporarily suspend mouse gestures for 5 to 999 seconds. Hold the control key while clicking the suspend gestures menu item. Set the amount of time in the settings. Default is 10 seconds. (Thanks to SoggyDog for the suggestion!)
  • Added an “On Top” button to the clip viewer to make the window stay on top of others
  • Added built in forms for sending us comments/suggestions or to submit bugs. No longer will you have to open a browser to send us a message! Find the forms in the Help menu in the main window
  • Added quick links to the Apathy Softworks facebook and twitter pages as well as our blog and the donate page ( Nudge nudge. Snap snap. Grin grin, wink wink, say no more?)
  • Added a warning when closing Quick Cliq while there are hidden windows

Overall it was a HUGE update, so check out the new features and let us know what you think!

-On a side note we will be posting AutoHotKey and Python tutorials as well as tips and tricks for Quick Cliq so point your clicker to the right ==> and subscribe to our RSS feed!

Thanks for all the user submitted feature requests, keep it up!

-Pavel & John-Paul


Steven · November 5, 2010 at 4:45 am

My absolute number 1 utility!!
I was looking for this kind of tool for ages…


tidbit · November 6, 2010 at 3:25 pm

Great app 🙂

John-Paul LaBorde · November 6, 2010 at 7:05 pm

Thanks Tidbit! I still haven’t forgotten about ya! Just trying to come up with a few myself to add first with yours.

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