A free and open source mouse and tablet stabilizer.
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Silky Shark


A free and open source mouse and tablet stabilizer.

Releases/Downloads: https://github.com/stoicshark/silkyshark/releases

Minimum System and Hardware Requirements
  • Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  • 1 GB Ram
  • 2.0 GHz Processor
  • .NET Framework 4.5.2 (or better)

Silky Shark was created as another solution to enable mouse smoothing or stabilization for applications and web canvases that do not natively support smoothing or stabilization.

Being mostly a personal project at the time, this software operates on the notion of "it works fine for me". It will probably help if you have .NET updated, Windows 10, a Wacom or similar tablet that has the option to disable Windows/Microsoft Ink, and have a relatively decent rig. There is no guarantee this will work for everyone given the nature of performance, hardware, and software discrepancies across systems.

Unfortunately I offer little to no technical support for this software aside from what you will find in the help document. If you need a more personalized solution you are welcome to modify the source code. Silky Shark is free to use and open source software.

- stoic