AlomWare Toolbox's Settings

At the top-left of AlomWare Toolbox's window is a button with a gear on it (Fig. 1). Click this to open AlomWare Toolbox's Settings (Fig. 2). You can now browse all settings by clicking to expand each individual node (item A), or expand all nodes at once (item H), or search for a setting by text (item J). Settings are changed by double-clicking them; which either toggles their state (from on to off and vice-versa) or to let you specify the data for the setting in question.

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Fig. 2

This is the node button for each setting area. Click a node to expand or collapse it.
This setting area is where you can change the Privacy settings for AlomWare Toolbox. Please take a look here before using the app.
This setting lets you change the main hotkey used to show AlomWare Toolbox's window. The app can't be used without this hotkey being set.
This setting lets you choose if AlomWare Toolbox runs at startup/login of your PC, and whether such startup is limited (default) or has admin rights for more PC control. Be aware that choosing admin rights means you'll need to enter your Windows UAC password if you're not currently logged in as an administrator. If you want to only use AlomWare Toolbox on demand and not have it auto-run (portable mode), then select the item named "Don't run at startup".
This setting lets you choose whether AlomWare Toolbox uses custom colors, or none at all (accessible mode). No colors will use the default Windows color scheme that you've set.
Double-clicking this button will let you export all your settings to a safe backup file, for later importing if needed (item G).
Double-clicking this button will let you import backed-up settings (from item F) to be used with AlomWare Toolbox. Doing this requires the app to restart.
This button expands all nodes so you can scroll through all settings at once, with them all being visible.
This button collapses all nodes so you can only see settings by manually expanding individual nodes (see item A).
This text box is for searching settings (in real-time) that contain the text you specify. You don't need to expand any nodes to search.
This button goes to the next setting match (if any) from the search text specified in the J item.