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Provides directional mouse-based movement that presses system keys (think onscreen controller instead of keyboard)
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FingerPad! Demo controlling Yume Nikki: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4flLrTUxZrw An effort to replace the need to fiddle with the small and insignificant arrow keys when trying to accomplish simple tasks that require them. HOW TO USE: Position the Fingerpad window over the area where you want the pad to be. Then hit "enable." Once enabled, if you move your mouse to the top quarter of the screen, an up arrow key will be sent. Bottom corner, down arrow key, left and right behave the same way too. For now, the space key can be used to minimize the application. When minimized, the areas that you stretched it over are still hot spots. In this manner, you can stretch the Fingerpad over an application, and then use only the mouse to move up down left and right. HOW TO INSTALL: You will need qmake and the qt runtime to compile this application. Check the source to see the differences between a Linux and a Mac build. Note if you want to use GTK applications on OS X, you will want to compile the Linux build.