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Mousenitor 0.3.4 - INITIAL RELEASE by Axonn Software Development 2003 - 2011 MOUSENITOR BRIEF DOCUMENTATION - 2010-12-31 Read this short file only to grab an idea about what Mousenitor can do and how to do it. TABLE OF CONTENTS ------------------------------------------------------ 1. Introduction 2. System Requirements 3. Brief Program Instructions 4. Final Notes ------------------------------------------------------ 1. Introduction Mousenitor is addressed to anybody who uses more than one monitor. As the name suggests, it involves the Mouse and the Monitor. So what does Mousenitor do? Well, it is the cure to a problem that has been plaguing thousands of people since the dawn of the multi-monitor age: the mouse cursor's habit of "spilling" over the wrong monitor, annoying you in the most crucial moments. Using Mousenitor, you can specify how and when you wish for your mouse's cursor to move to another screen. This ability will allow you to turn off unused monitors completely and forget you even have them installed until you need them. In this respect, Mousenitor saves the Planet by helping you save power. Using per-application Profiles, system-wide HotKeys, activation and deactivation timers and other customizable features, Mousenitor gives you more leverage than ever over the behavior of your Mouse. Mousenitor is makes mousing on multiple monitors bearable. Mousing. Is that even a word? It is now! 2. System Requirements Any Windows OS with .Net Framework 3.5 on it. That means Windows XP up to Windows 7 and beyond ::- D. 3. Brief Program Instructions Mousenitor is very easy to use. It will automatically start with Windows and will constrain your mouse cursor to a single screen (by default, the Primary screen, that is, the screen where you have your Taskbar). You may access the Program Settings window by double-clicking the Mousenitor icon in your SysTray (at first run, the Program Settings window will appear automatically). From the Program Settings window you can define Profiles for individual Applications which you are using (by browsing for their Executable file). You will also have a Global profile which is used as a catch-all Profile (for when no Profile is defined for the Foreground Application). You can customize HotKeys for Activating / De-Activating Mousenitor without opening the Program Settings window and you can control certain aspects of the Program directly from the SysTray Context Menu. Each Profile also supports definition of HotKeys for controlling how and when to switch the Mouse Cursor to another Monitor. These settings are saved individually, per Profile, just as the Mouse Gestures. Because, oh yeah, Mousenitor supports Mouse Gestures, naturally. You may indicate to Mousenitor when you wish to move to another Monitor by knocking towards it or waiting at the border between the current screen and the screen where you wish to go with your Mouse cursor. Everything is, of course, highly customizable. Last but not least, Mousenitor is fully internationalizable. You don't even need to get a new version of the Application in order to have Mousenitor in your own Language. Just look in the GUI / Internationalization folder and you'll realize how to Internationalize the Application. Of course, we would be grateful if you send us your translations, so we include them into the official installer. If there will be a future version (see below), we will definitely add more features. Comments & feedback are always welcome. Visit our Forum @ http://www.axonnsd.org/Forum/viewforum.php?f=16 4. Final Notes Mousenitor could do a lot more. Of course, there has to be incentive to do so. Showing your interest in Mousenitor in our Forum @ http://www.axonnsd.org/Forum/viewforum.php?f=16 could be an incentive, but so would be a donation to our cause. Just so you know, 20% of all donations go to Charity, as stipulated on our SourceForge page, and the rest is used to stimulate our Open Source projects.
Source: ReadMe.txt, updated 2011-01-09

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