Nope. I was just trying to find out which font you used onscreen. When I substituted the Cyrillic (Russian) font in a copy of Uftree.exe 5000 times or so, it wouldn't work anymore. Then I happened across Win.ini while trying to get rid of Adobe PhotoDeluxe and found out that you could substitute fonts there and it would change the font in UFT too. Mostly.
Then when I put a backup copy of Uftree.exe in the folder, it didn't boot up the same anymore. When my computer crashed without fully closing out Uftree.exe in Word 97 while looking at Citations, it could be booted up from an additional place on my Desktop Program menu.
Just thought you might want to put that under your cap and spin it around. :) -john-