Shortcut Buttons: Customizable by the user, these buttons will launch programs, visit websites, and go to shortcut locations at the press of a button.
Notepad: The user can write down anything they want here and it will be saved between uses.
Stopwatch: Keep track of how long something takes with a click of button.
Countdown Timer: Need a reminder to check the oven in 20 minutes? Not a problem. Setup your own countdown timer with it's own name.
Week-Calendar: Write down upcoming events on the week calendar to stay up to date with what's coming up in the week.
Google Search bar: Search Google at the press of a button. Once the menu is opened, you will automatically be able to type in a search query and have it searched.
Color Customization: Not happy with how the interface looks? Change the background and font colors by pressing the "Customize" button on the Timers page.
To get started, download the program from the link above. Once installed, run "EgeEfficiencyInterface.exe" and you should see the following:
Once you've clicked the "Customize" button at the top right, each shortcut square will be given a textbox and 3 buttons as shown below.
This is what you will use to customize the images and actions of your shortcut buttons.
Textbox: Type webpage or program executable into textbox and click "Action" to save selection.
Action: Save textbox values, or navigate for .exe
Image1: Default shortcut image.
Image2: Mouse-over-shortcut image.
Method 1: Use Action button to search for program's .exe file
Clicking Action will open a file dialog which can be used to navigate your directories for your desired image.
Method 2: Simply type in a web address or .exe file-name
For this to work, simply make sure you have the textbox selected and type in the address you want it to find.
Note, this works best with web-pages and you may experience trouble when typing "program.exe"
You can still do this, but the computer may not locate example.exe easily and will return an error as a result.
Shortcut Image: (Default Image)
Click button to select initial Image of shortcut.
Once pressed, simply locate the image you desire and select it. This image will be used as the default image of the shortcut.
Shortcut Image2: (On mouse-over)
Click button to select Image2.
Image 2 will be what the shortcut image changes to when the mouse hovers over it
I have kept it as the original image with a red border to make it clear what I'm about to press.