|SmartClick: for Windows; Click, Double-Click, drag just by pointing!; Version 1.70 Release 3; User's Guide|
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There are 3 options available: SmartClick Icon on Desktop, Run SmartClick at Start Screen, and SmartClick Available at Logon
SmartClick Icon on Desktop
When selected, this option will display an icon on the Desktop. This is the "All Users" Desktop, so it will be available for all users. You may need correct permissions to apply this, if user is a limited user.
Run SmartClick at Start Screen
When selected, this option will enable an Ease of Access option to start SmartClick at the Start Screen. You may need correct permissions to apply this, if user is a limited user.
SmartClick Available at Logon
When available, this option will run SmartClick at logon (if logon screen in use), and also make SmartClick available for use in secure situations (Administration dialogs) when User Account Control is enabled. To apply this setting, Administration permissions are required, so if user is a limited user and User Account Control is enabled, an dialog requiring permission will be shown, and proper credentials are required to apply this setting.
Technical Notes on Windows 8 Run at Start Screen option: The Run at Start Screen option runs SMCADMIN.exe (or SMCADMIN64.exe in 64-bit versions). For certain User Account Control settings, you may be prompted to allow this to run when the menu option is selected. When run, it will set or clear registry settings for this Ease of Access option (if set, they will be cleared, if clear, they will be set). When set, the Ease of Access option can be seen for configuring mouse/keyboard as "Enable SmartClick Ease of Access Start Screen Options". This option can be disabled via Control Panel | Ease of Access Center, but the SmartClick menu option will still be checked. The SMCADMIN utility when run via this menu option establishes the appropriate Ease of Access registry settings, or removes/deletes them. The SmartClick Windows menu option is checked when the registry entries exist, separate from whether the option is enabled/disabled.