Remark: in Win95/98/Me, one panel can contain up to 32k information or 32768 bytes. This should suffy for the main purposes of the program, which is optimizing keywords and descriptions of a product. NT/2000/XP can contain megabytes of information (quasi unlimited).
- Panel 1
This is the panel in which text is brought at the start of an action. It's countable, saveable and source for convertions
- Panel 2
The panel in which converted text is put after you hit 'convert'. It's saveable and first destination for convertions
- Panel 3
You can see this as a help panel, or an extra panel in which converted text is put after you hit 'convert' (see options). It's a second destination for convertions. This way you can do 2 convertions you often do at the same time!
- Number buttons: switching panels
Hit for instance number 2 on panel 1 to switch panel 2 to panel 1.
- Number buttons: joining panels
Hold SHIFT key while you hit for instance number 2 on panel 1 to add panel 2 to the bottom of panel 1. Can be handy if you want to save 2 or 3 panels into one file.
Avoid loading binary files into a panel.