The taskbar has six buttons:
The 'ReQorder' button will present you with the user interface that will allow you to manage your databases, watchlists, database and ReQording options and remote connections. It will also present you with a table containing your stored data in the right panel.
The 'Charts' button will present you with all your ReQorder databases and the tables stored in those databases. Selecting one of these tables will offer you options for plotting charts which utilize the data inside those tables.
The 'Node monitor' button offers you real time monitoring of your node and active minting account. It only monitors when this panel is showing and will start refreshing once you click this button. Unlike the ReQorder function, the node monitor does not store any data to any databases that you've created.
The 'Appearance' button allows you to change the 'Look and Feel' of the application. You can choose between the Look and Feels installed for your Java installation. Usually there are five L&F's installed, but this may differ on your machine.
The 'Log' button is a temporary feature for debugging purposes. It is disabled by default. You can enable it to get feedback if you run into a problem, and pass that info to the developer. A log file called 'log.txt' is also created every time you start the program. You can find this file in your ReQorder folder.
The 'Exit' button will completely close the application on this machine. Note that when you click the 'X' on the top right corner of the window when a ReQording session is in progress, ReQorder will not close but keep running in the background.