When AceText is running, it will display its icon in the system tray. The system tray is the area in the taskbar that also displays the system clock.
The icon indicates the mode that AceText is in:
AceText is running, but is not in a special mode.
This icon flashes briefly to indicate the ClipHistory has captured the text you just copied to the clipboard.
AcePaste mode. Double-clicking a clip will send it to the application from which you activated AcePaste. Press the Escape key on the keyboard to cancel AcePaste.
AceType mode. Type in an AceType abbreviation to send a clip to the application from which you activated AceType. Press the Escape key on the keyboard to cancel AceType.
AceEdit mode. Press Ctrl+Enter or the AceEdit hotkey to send the text you're editing on the Clipboard tab back to the originating application. Press the Escape key on the keyboard to cancel AceEdit.
SequencePaste Up mode. Pressing the AcePaste hotkey will automatically paste the active clip, and activate the clip above it in the collection.
SequencePaste Down mode. Pressing the AcePaste hotkey will automatically paste the active clip, and activate the clip below it in the collection.
Click the AceText tray icon with the left mouse button to make AceText appear. Click it with the right mouse button to show the tray icon menu. The menu offers the following commands:
Shut Down AceText