If you want to use IniSwitcher for more than one “group” of commands, you can include a group identifier with the section name in the General section “Count” values. You can also include menu separators. You can have no more than 20 menu items, which includes both commands and separators.
For each “Count” item value, append a vertical bar character followed by the group ID (one or two characters of your choosing). Defining a group will add a “LastSelected” parameter for each group so the last selected menu item within each group will be identified with a check mark. The following General section example defines two groups (group IDs “d” and “o”) with a separator between them.
[General] LastSelected= LastSelected-d= LastSelected-o= Count=5 1=DITA-FMx|d 2=FM8-DITA|d 3=--- 4=OtherSettingOn|o 5=OtherSettingOff|o
If you don’t use the group ID syntax, only the last selected item of all defined items will be marked, which could cause some confusion. The separator is defined by a value of three hyphens (“---”). Note that the LastSelected-<ID> entries are added automatically, so they do not need to be added when you edit the INI file.