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Joystick-To-Mouse is a joystick input interface, keyboard controller simulation, and mouse emulator program designed to allow a joystick to control the cursor in the same way a mouse or other pointing device would. It supports up to four joystick button assignments, and any command supported by a mouse button can be assigned to a joystick button. You can store up to 128 keystrokes in a macro assigned to a Joystick button, or you may select from over 60 pre-defined keystroke combinations. Joystick-To-Mouse supports all types of program options and advanced settings to satisfy virtually any individuals needs. The software functions in two modes: Mode 1 is absolute, causing the cursor to follow the joystick position exactly, including snap back to center with an auto-centering joystick. Mode 2 is relative, allowing the cursor to follow the joystick position, but leaving it in the last known position when the joystick is released. Any application run under Windows is supported. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000 operating system. Older versions are available for older versions of Windows.
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