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Executes a task when you double-click a specific icon in the system tray of the Windows Taskbar. This is useful when you want a specific action to start, such as checking e-mail.



The Tray Icon triggering event also allows you start processes manually.






File Name

Enter the name and path of an .Exe or .Dll file to select an icon from. You can click the browse button to select a file.


Current Icon

Displays icons available from the file that you select in the File Name box.


Popup Menu Options


One can define the popup menu items for an icon on this tab. In this case the ordinal number (beginning from 1) of selected will be passed into a/the task as a parameter.


The list of menu items. This list can be edited with buttons Add, Edit and Delete. Also it is possible to change the order of options using buttons Move Up and Move Down.

To select Default Menu Item use the button Set Default.

Pass Item Number as Parameter

Specify the name of parameter in which the number of menu item must to be passed. On double click on the icon, the default item number of menu will be passed.

If the menu is empty, the parameter is 0 always.



Allows you to add a variable to the action or triggering event that you selected. You must place the cursor in a edit box in the settings dialog window of the action or event and then click the {V} button.


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On Device Changed

On Palette Changed

On Display Changed

On Log Off

On Idle

On Resume

On High Memory Load

On High CPU Load

On Switching to Battery

On AC Power Restored

On Local/Remote Session Changes

Clipboard Monitor


Pixels Monitor

Process Watcher

WebSocket Server On Message

WebSocket Client On Message

WebSocket Server On HTTP Request