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    StreetDecks gesture interface in Windows?


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    cool.. but streetdeck wont allow you to be in windows while in motion...
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    am i the only one who lives in -testmode? ...this could be cool.

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    I used to... but now im playing around with a few things that will hopefully negate -testmode
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    you'll have to share once you have results there ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by debugger View Post
    That's nice software there...the interface allows one to script multiple keypresses in a row.

    You can send hotkeys to a window and execute commands through following syntax:

    <Hotkey><Command="Parameters">

    where Hotkey is a string that specifies emulated key and key combinations like as "Tab", "F1", "Alt+F4", "Ctrl+C", "Alt+Shift+Tab", etc (see the full list of supported keys) and Command is a one of the following items:

    Sleep - Delay command execution for the specified time in milliseconds.
    Open - Open the specified file, folder or URL.

    Examples:

    <Win+D> - show desktop.

    <Win+M Win+R Sleep=500 >Notepad.exe<Enter> - minimize windows and launch Notepad using the Run dialog box.

    <Open="WordPad.exe" Sleep=1000>Thank you for using EasyWay!<Ctrl+A Ctrl+B Right> - launch WordPad, wait a second while it will be loaded, type text "Thank you for using EasyWay!" and make it bold.
    This would be a great way to add gesture functionality to match SD to Windows or anyother program you would like to run with SD. It runs well on the 566mhz Win98 machine that I'm posting from right now, and, it's the right price...under $20!

    Good find.

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