Thanks for the reference. This app is too much for my personal needs and I'm used to start QAP directly from the tray of using the middle mouse button. But users could find ObjectDock a convenient way to start QAP menu.
In this app or in any other app that would provide custom links, instead of relying to the system tray, you could use the QAPmessenger utility that was developed for Explorer context menus but that could also be useful in other situation. To show the QAP menu from any shortcut, enter the path and parameter:
"C:\Program Files\Quick Access Popup\QAPmessenger.exe" ShowMenuLaunch
"C:\Program Files\Quick Access Popup\QAPmessenger.exe" ShowMenuNavigate
This will show the QAP menu at the mouse position (or at other position as set in QAP options). ShowMenuLaunch will launch a favorite folder in a new DOpus tab (or Explorer window) and ShowMenuNavigate will change the folder in the current tab or window.