According to its system-wide nature, most of the time Asutype is only shown as a small icon in your system tray, near the clock. It never gets in your way while you're working.
The Icon Shapes
The running icon may change its shape according to how your typing is currently handled:
|This gray icon means Asutype is disabled.
Your typing is ignored without checking. To enable it, right click the icon and choose "Enable" command.
|This dark icon means Asutype is
Your typing is checked normally.
|This yellow icon means Asutype is
in fully automatic mistake correction mode.
If a mistake is detected, Asutype automatically corrects it using its best guess.
The Icon Clicks
The Icon Menu
Right-click the running icon will show a pop-up menu containing all Asutype's commands:
This menu item serves two purposes: to be a title identifying Asutype's running icon from other icons in the system tray, and to show the Main window.
To toggle Asutype on and off.
Note: Asutype only works when it is enabled. The running icon will change its shape accordingly as described in the "Icon Shapes" topic above.
To activate the Options dialog box, where you can view and change the software settings.
To preserve all data and working conditions including your current settings to a packed file, this making it easy to backup or transfer your data.
To restore the software to the exact working condition at the time the packed file was created.
To activate the Help documentation (this document).
To display the ubiquitous About dialog box.
To activate the Technical Support dialog box, from where you can send us e-mail asking for help.
Click this command to go to our online store and buy Asutype if you wish to use it after the free 30-day trial period. You're only a few minutes away from the release version after choosing this command!
Click this command to register the software.
To exit the software.