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We're talkin'bout win7/8... It'd e great if you can do it... I found out after posting this question that even a lot of my friends would appreciate such feature, so it can become popular with reasonable promotion.

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of course they dont have anything in common. Its just that I want you to take a look at it too.

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I'm already running those apps with Intel AppUp, and they are running very smoothly unlike the case of an emulator. They dont even need to be opened from the emulator, they can be just run from the desktop.
If you still think its too hard, try atleast this: http://www.donationc...ex.php?topic=32769.0

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This is mainly to play touchscreen games like temple run or subway surfers on the big hd screens of computers using keyboard controls.
My rough algorithm is:

if input is ( 'left' key ),
output is (move pinter to centre of screen , then hold LeftMouseButton, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters to left, then release LeftMouseButton)

if input is ( 'up' key ),
output is (move pinter to centre of screen , then hold LeftMouseButton, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters upwards, then release LeftMouseButton)

if input is ( 'right' key ),
output is (move pinter to centre of screen , then hold LeftMouseButton, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters to right, then release LeftMouseButton)

if input is ( 'down' key ),
output is (move pinter to centre of screen , then hold LeftMouseButton, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters downwards, then release LeftMouseButton)

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This is mainly to play touchscreen games like temple run or subway surfers on the big hd screens of computers using keyboard controls.
My rough algorithm is:

if input is      ( 'left' key ),
output is      ( move pinter to centre of screen , then hold left mouse button, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters to left, then release left mouse button.)

if input is      ( 'up' key ),
output is      ( move pinter to centre of screen , then hold left mouse button, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters upwards, then release left mouse button.)

if input is      ( 'right' key ),
output is      ( move pinter to centre of screen , then hold left mouse button, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters to right, then release left mouse button.)

if input is    ( 'down' key ),
output is   ( move pinter to centre of screen , then hold left mouse button, then move mouse pointer about 2 centimeters downwards, then release left mousebutton.)

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I like to play games like temple run and subway surfers on my big laptop screen, but to turn the player left or right or to make him crouch or jump gets very difficult as the game speed increases. It would be very very cool to make a software which when enabled with a hotkey replace normal sliding of touchpad, which normally just moves the pointer by a drag action in the direction that I slide.

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I wouldnt mind even if it requires .net framework, I'd just like it to do the job

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So can I hope someone can soon make an easy to use software for that??????

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It would be good to create a software that would keep a list of new files added or old files deleted and changes made to plain text files - over a user specified time and in a set of user specified directories. Providing start and stop buttons for creating the log would also be useful. I think it is possible with some command lines, but they are very confusing and hard to remember. Even if there are some tiny apps, I think they don't list the changes to plain text files in the given directory.

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Post New Requests Here / File Change Log
« on: September 09, 2012, 02:57 AM »
It would be good to create a software that would keep a list of new files added or old files deleted and changes made to plain text files - over a user specified time and in a set of user specified directories. Providing start and stop buttons for creating the log would also be useful. I think it is possible with some command lines, but they are very confusing and hard to remember. Even if there are some tiny apps, I think they don't list the changes to plain text files in the given directory.

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