From Pollen Software:
Autorun Action Menu is easy to use software to enable CDs to take advantage of the Autorun/ Autoplay feature of MS Windows. The software was specifically designed for users with CDR drives (CD Recorders) to incorporate Autorun/ Autoplay facilities on their CDs. Autorun Action Menu is a small, decorative menu consisting of 5 buttons, each of which have associated with them bitmaps (of defined size) and commands. All actions (i.e. slide in, slide out, button click, button focus) are associated with sounds, which can be easily replaced by the users if desired.
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