BUG FIX: There was a nuisance bug with creating an alias where after creating the alias, the Unable to Create Alias dialog box popped up. This has been fixed and the update can be downloaded from the same link just below. It should overwrite the proper files without changing your saved data.
Also, here are a few snapshots
A file launching program I've been working on for a few weeks (thus the incremented symbols.) I just recently heard about these, so for those that don't know, its a program that lets you clean shortcuts off your desktop but still have the quick access they provide.
You Create an Alias and connect a file's path (up to 3 files per Alias) to that Alias. After you've created an Alias, you can launch the program, file, or folder by typing in the Alias (or selecting it from a List Box) and hitting the Launch button or Ctrl on your keyboard. Theres also the option to launch an individual program by pressing Alt and 1-3 corresponding to which field you placed it in. You can delete an Alias, redirect one or all three paths to an Alias, open the readme file or a .txt list of your Aliases.
There is second layout which automatically shrinks when you change to it, so you can place the program in a corner of your desktop. I suggest the upper left so you don't have to keep adjusting it on the screen when switching between layouts.
There are plenty of ? boxes on screen to give you information and tips, plus a full Readme file that can be called up with a single button click.
Future plans include a Rename function so you don't have to delete and create the Alias all over again and alphabetizing the output list of your Aliases.
If you have any other suggestions feel free to yell them out here or email at the address provided in the readme.