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NeatMouse 1.05.000 – Going open source

Hello everyone!octocat

It happens more and more often that we are receiving diametrically opposite requests regarding the features which should be present in NeatMouse. We have managed to cope with this for a while, but it’s true that rejecting some of the propositions prevents NeatMouse from evolving in some interesting directions.

Today we’re releasing NeatMouse to the open source world, hoping that software enthusiasts can benefit from it and give life to their own ideas.

The complete source code is released under Microsoft Public License and is available on GitHub. We will still keep on maintaining the releases published on our website, but everyone is welcome to fork and/or contribute.

Apart from this, the changes in NeatMouse 1.05.000:

  • fix for Shift as activation modifier;
  • removed donation button;
  • removed update checker.

MD5 checksum of the installer – please remember to use only verified sources for the downloads (i.e. our website):

f3cdbf71bb2b5af2775f1f287fdce721  neatmouse-1.05-setup.exe

Take care!


Detwinner 2.03.004 – minor update

birthday

Hi there!

Today we’re celebrating the anniversary of Detwinner. Yes, this day five years ago the very first version of our neat duplicate finder has been released. Many things have changed since then, but one remains the same: Detwinner is still the best in class.

Being a mature tool already, Detwinner does not require huge updates any more. The 2.03.004 version which we are releasing today, is mostly a maintenance update with a set of fixes to improve overall stability and performance.

Still, as 5 years ago, you can grab Detwinner from here.

Have a great week!


NeatMouse 1.04.000 – Major update

Dear all,

We’re glad to announce the new major release of our mouse emulator – NeatMouse 1.04.000.

The most noticeable changes comprise:

  1. Rearranged settings pane.
  2. Replacement of the Unbind key with the Activation modifier.
  3. Removal of the key repeat delay when moving mouse pointer.

Let’s look at each of them in detail.

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