Remove unwanted notifications when executing a template
PhraseExpander displays notification messages on certain events (e.g. when executing a template) on the bottom-right corner of the screen.
PhraseExpander allows you to decide which notification you want to show or hide.
How to disable notifications
Click on File → Options to open the Options window
You need to edit the settings in the General tab, in the Notification section
Check or uncheck the appropriate items based on the messages that you want to see
Notify on template or autocorrect execution
When checked, PhraseExpander shows a message when you are executing a template or an autocorrect.
If you don't want to see the notification message when you are executing a template or autocorrect, uncheck it.
Play sound on execution
When checked, PhraseExpander plays a sound when executing a template or an autocorrect.
Notify when PhraseExpander is minimized to tray
When checked, PhraseExpander shows a message when PhraseExpander gets minimized to the tray icon (when clicking on the X icon in the main window, PhraseExpander is not closed but just minimized and continues to listen to keystrokes and providing suggestions as you type).
Notify when adding/editing templates or autocorrects
When checked, PhraseExpander shows a message when a new template or autocorrect is added by using keyboard shortcuts
When checked, PhraseExpander shows a message when it's not able to detect the typed keystrokes in the active application. This could happen because the current application is in the ignore list or it has higher privileges than PhraseExpander (e.g. PhraseExpander was launched as a standard process and the active application is running with admin privileges)