"Aml Maple is tiny indicator of active languge"
Aml Maple is a clever little language indicator that prevents you from needing to search the menu bar to determine which language you're presently set up for. This app with be most useful for people who have more than one language loaded into Windows and switch between them quite frequently. A colored symbol or even a national flag follows your cursor when typing content into a text editor or window. Different colors can also be used to visually indicate which language you're set up for in that moment. 30 languages are supported for typing, with the application able to run with menu options via 8 languages.
Aml Maple Key Features:
- Display different types of visual indicators ahead of the cursor to show what language you're set for within Windows
- Use language codes, flags or color indicators
- Supports 30 languages
- Require Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7
Aml Maple is a neat little Windows language indicator that floats ahead of your cursor.
Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7/8/8.1/10; 16 MB RAM; 1.5 MB HDD
What's new in this version: added: setting "Show balloon on system tray on start"; new core DLLs; updated languages file; added: setting "Restart As Admin automatically"; added: new menu command "F.A.Q." (visit to web page "Frequently Asked Questions"); changed: submenu of button Help in Settings dialog;
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