MessagePop is a simple program for displaying a message, which you set via command line arguments, in a window which stays on top of any other windows. You can set the body text, title text and OK/close-button text. So the basics of how to use MessagePop are: - You run the program however you want, with the message as a command line parameter. - You can also set the title text and the button text by simply putting a hash "#" with a space on both side, and then the next bit of text. So to specify all three, it should look something like this: This is my message. # Titles are cool! # Press the button! - You can skip entering a message or title text if you want by hashing past it, e.g. if you don't want to specify a title, but you do want to specify the button text, write your message, and then adding "space hash space hash space" ( # # ) and then type what you want the button to say. - You can quickly close MessagePop by hitting either the Enter or Escape keys.
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|Operating System||Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows Vista Windows|