Hello, friends!
We were working on new Quick Cliq GUI design since the last version, and here is the first screenshot how it will be looking:

The man, running something out from Quick Cliq

Important changes:

  • All item’s properties moved to separate float window, which appears when you right click on the item.
  • Each menu’s colors will be shown inside the list and any changes can be seen instantly
  • Buttons replaced with toolbar
  • Improved appearance of the list

There also will be various bug fixes & improvements we got from your feedback, and new copyto special command, which will help you perform a quick copy of selected files to the specified folders.

Thank you for using Quick Cliq!


9 Comments

Katagiri · July 16, 2011 at 9:47 am

Looks very cool!
Can’t wait to test it.

Dallas Lewis · July 27, 2011 at 6:53 pm

Hello,

Love the program.

It would be great to be able to run multiple instances. I use QC at my work to make all my files easy to find, but I also have a USB stick set up as a portable apps drive and would love to be able to have another version for that, so when I plug my USB stick in at work, I can either use the one tailored for work, or the one tailored just for my USB.

Cheers, Dallas

    Pavel · August 17, 2011 at 4:37 pm

    hello, Dallas
    i’m afraid that running more than one concurrent Quick Cliq instances may lead to some bad conflicts in using hotkeys
    i can recommend you the following solution:
    1. Disable S-Menus option on your work-copy of QC
    2. Exit work-QC
    3. Enable it on your USB copy of QC
    4. Create S-Menu of entire menu from the USB-QC by right-clicking on empty space below all items and selecting “Create S-Menu”
    5. Save it on Desktop
    6. Exit USB-QC
    7. Start work-qc again

    Now by double clicking on the saved S-Menu you can open your USB-QC menu and concurrently you have running you work-qc copy
    try it!

Boris · August 5, 2011 at 3:13 pm

Hi, looks superb. Anyway, i cant find info on latest version..i want menu display on right click without gesture, like default windows menu has. I googled about disabling default windows context menu and it can be done. So, is it possible to right click the mouse and menu displays? Thank you.

    Pavel · August 17, 2011 at 4:41 pm

    Hello, Boris
    i would call such solution like a “too much interference into OS”, why you may need this?
    anyway, we have a shortcuts available for use in options like:
    ctrl + right mouse button
    ctrl + middle mouse button
    left + right mouse button

    you can find them on Hotkeys/Gestures tab of options window, the button called “other default hotkeys”

Andy · August 15, 2011 at 10:57 am

Pavel,

Really looking forward to the new version (I use Quick Cliq everyday) – sure I have asked before – do you have a beta program or will you just post the version on this site as soon as it’s ready for testing?

Thanks again for the best launcher out there.

    Pavel · August 17, 2011 at 4:49 pm

    hello, Andy
    glad to hear you like QC, thank you
    the new version will be released very soon (at the end of this week, i hope)
    currently we are not releasing any beta versions, but it may change later of course 🙂

Boris · August 15, 2011 at 8:09 pm

Hi. I just noticed a big bug, or how should i call that. When playing games, if i hold a mouse and drag it down(that is my shortcut) it alt-tabs me to desktop, and this is not good. How should i tackle this problem?

    Pavel · August 17, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    this is happening because of mouse gestures – you may have some gestures defined as right mouse button + down, whichh trying to open some menu and minimize your game
    to solve this problem, you can temporarily disable gestures by clicking on appropriate option from “Suspend” submenu (check if this sub menu may be disabled by you in options)

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