Release Date: January 1, 2006.
JoyMouse is a lightweight Windows tool designed to let you use a simple joystick as a mouse. Transform your joystick into a mouse. While JoyMouse is running in the background you can move the cursor and click with a joystick as if it was a mouse. It's configurable and extremely light on system resources.
Obviously, since it's supposed to perform such a simple task, the interface is less important, with the main focus this time on the configuration screen that allows users to properly set up the joystick.
The program places an icon in the Windows System Tray that lets you instantly enable it and access the options menu and although it's supposed to run all the time, the impact on system performance is minimal.
Once you open the options menu, you're allowed to configure the cursor speed, with two different settings for normal and accelerated, as well as threshold and refresh rate.
Obviously, you can set up the joystick buttons to perform several actions, with dedicated options for up to eight buttons. You can thus pick the button for left, right, middle or double click, accelerate cursor, enable and disable joystick.
Since it's such a lightweight application, JoyMouse does a pretty simple job and works just fine on all Windows versions, without hampering system performance at all. There's no help file however, but you shouldn't need one since everything's so intuitive.
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