I use a keyboard macro/hotkey, that does the CTRL+ALT+H for the routis shortcut on the desktop (edit the shortcut settings to accept a hotkey), and then it presses enter after .5 seconds for you.Originally Posted by UncleGeek
I use the speedpad from belkin to do this, but I'm sure there are macro programs you can use for a normal keyboard.
You can also modify the popup screen to be tiny, and have no text, but I can't figure out a way to automatically return an OK or even bypass that routine completely. It's all in the routis.exe file, so there is no INI file to mess with afaik. I believe it's programmed in Visual C++.
Interestingly, I can replace all the buttons and some of the menus with colors and shapes of my choice, but I think I like the standard colors even though they look like fisher-price stuff