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Living Room / Re: KVM switch woes -- any recommendations?
« on: May 08, 2010, 03:44 AM »
I've used KVM switches for years and have found that having both (or more) pcs working with the same keyboard and mouse BEFORE using the KVM switch seems to help (driver mismatch across pcs perhaps?).

I also have a bamboo tablet on one PC and if I kvm away from it I can not come back successfully. I am pretty sure that if the other pc had the bamboo driver I'd be fine but I haven't tested it.

The first one I had was a cheapie and the  blurb that came with it said that if dropout occurred to use a power supply (it had a power in port).

Good luck

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ShirusuPad - A short description
ShirusuPad is an easy-to-use, yet powerful program, designed to always be right at your finger tips, yet as discreet as possible, allowing you to conveniently make notes of any kind. ShirusuPad can even be used as a simple library containing your favourite links, addresses, phone numbers, etc. You can also directly click on highlighted URLs to open them with the default web browser. The list goes on.)

The most important thing when designing ShirusuPad was its small, yet, effective layout. It is only displayed when you need it, and disappears when you are done using it, hence, not taking any place on the desktop.

Key Features
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* Supports alphablending, i.e. transparency.
* URL-highlighting.
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