Input Director 1.2.2

Posted on Monday, Feb 07 2011 @ 02:27 CET by

Input Director is a Windows application that lets you control multiple Windows systems using the keyboard/mouse attached to one computer. It is designed for folks who have two (or more) computers set up at home and find themselves regularly sliding from one system to the other (and wearing out the carpet in the process!). With Input Director, you can share a single keyboard/mouse across a set of systems. You switch which system receives the input either by hotkey or by moving the cursor so that it transitions from one screen to the other (in a very similar fashion to a multi-monitor setup). The idea being that you can position the monitors from two or more systems in a row and use a shared keyboard/mouse to control all of them.

New features include:
* Supports flexible monitor layouts for systems with 3+ monitors attached
* Improved keyboard layout translation support
* Fixed security problem with Vista and Windows7 masters that could block the cursor from transitioning to slaves
* The master can be set to automatically rescan slaves when resuming from standby
* Mirror input mode can be limited to just keyboard or mouse only
* Can setup a hotkey to fast switch between mirror and master modes
* Fixed an issue with display resolution changes that could block the cursor from transitioning between systems
* Fixed an issue in which a locally attached slave mouse could trigger an input transition
* Fixed a number of issues that could cause keys to become 'stuck' on a system
* Fixed an issue that could stop screensavers synchronising across systems
* Fixed issue with held keys not recognised after playing a macro locally on the master
* Now using IP addresses instead of hostnames in UNC paths for File copy/pastes
* Various minor bug fixes and improvements
Program Information

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Product page: here

Download: Input Director 1.2.2

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