Compiles your menus into a Windows application! AUTOption Graphic is more powerful than ever, and even quicker to create the menu you are after with numerous styles to choose from. Including both standard styles and photo styles which turn your own photo into a menu, AUTOption Graphic allows you to create professional, interactive autorun menu systems. With a wide range of actions available for your buttons, and a command wizard to fill out your commands for you, you can quickly have a menu program which will impress you and your users alike. AUTOption Graphic sports 15 styles of button placement animation, minimize and exit controls, a formattable text area which displays your text when the user positions the mouse over a button, and up to twenty buttons on a single menu (with as many sub-menus as you wish).
To make an autorun menu for your CD could not be simpler. Interactively design your menu in real time with the Menu Editor, make your autorun program and go! The Menu Editor even creates all your graphics for you, in a choice of styles, in any color you choose! Once you have your menu just the way you like you can create your autorun EXE, which turns your menu into a stand alone Windows application, then just drop the autorun EXE and the AUTORUN.INF files created for you in the base directory of your CD to create your fully functional, autorunning CD. You can even create multi-level menus, allowing you to group your functions appropriately.
The software was specifically written as a powerful, very easy to use CD Autorun application. Each button requires the entry of as few as only two things; the text to show on the button, and a command (the path to the file, program, folder, Internet site, another menu, etc). The program can be set to exit when any particular button is pushed, or stay up until an Exit button is pushed. An easy to use Command Wizard will fill out your command for you.
The action the program takes depends on the button command, possible button actions are:
# Open a document (or file) in the user's viewer.
# Open a document (or file) in your viewer.
# Start an application, with the option of passing a commandline argument.
# Open a folder in Windows Explorer.
# Open an Internet site in the user's browser.
# Send an email to a specified address, optionally setting the subject of the email.
# Open another menu (a sub-menu)
# Show a message to the user in a Windows messagebox.
# Do no action, but play your "noaction.wav" sound.
# Minimize the menu.
# Exit the menu.