The task bar shows a small TextPipe icon while TextPipe is running.
By right clicking on the icon, you get a menu of options. The options below the line are filters that you can run.
Typically the filters process text that is on the clipboard. This is so that you can copy text from your editor or Word Processor to the clipboard, run a TextPipe filter via the taskbar icon, and then paste the converted text back into your application.
You can also process files e.g. copy a file to the clipboard (e.g. to copy your favorite mail signature to the clipboard ready for pasting).
To add your own filters to the list shown, just copy or move them to the folder <TextPipe Install Folder>\TaskMenu. for a default installation this folder is C:\Program Files\TextPipe\TaskMenu.
Clicking Go causes the current filter to be run (rather than a filter on the taskbar menu)
Clicking Go causes the current filter to be run (rather than a filter on the taskbar menu) with the input and output forced to the clipboard (much the same as the Clipboard button in the main window).
This option causes any filters clicked on from the list below it to be run with the input and output forced to the clipboard (much the same as the Clipboard button in the main window), regardless of how they may be defined.
Clears the contents of the clipboard
Causes TextPipe to re-read the list of files in the TaskMenu folder.