Two more enhancements for this release, even though this was supposed to be feature complete already. One is major; one not so much… Ah, the familiar feeling that is feature creep once again in my life!
Continue reading SharpKeys 1.0 – Beta 4/Release Candidate 2
Two “enhancements” for this release, but nothing too major. Consequently, this is Release Candidate 1.
For those of you that are new to my site and my software projects, I treat my projects like “real” applications. When I get a new set of features that I want to work on, I start coding them. When an application gets to be somewhat stable, I make it available to the public – mostly for feedback and testing – for a couple of quick beta cycles. From there, once the application becomes stable and “feature complete” I kick it out the door as “released” and consider it to be done. Of course, some time after that, the cycle usually begins again with a new set of features.
Continue reading SharpKeys 1.0 – Beta 3/Release Candidate 1
Wow: 1500 downloads in two days. Nothing at all what I expected and I’m loving it! To people giving me feedback via email and comments – thanks! I’m doing what I can with it; not all of it can be used for a couple of reasons, but some of it is here in Beta 2. What’s new and what’s next?
Continue reading SharpKeys 1.0 – Beta 2
Over 500 downloads in 24 hours? Yes, SharpKeys has been getting that much notice. Who knew? Anyway, seeing as it’s taken off as an “official” project, it now gets it’s own category: SharpKeys.
Continue reading Blog Change: New Category
Given “part II” of this Keyboard Remapping bit, it became obvious to me that I would be spending more and more time hacking the Registry, just to remap keys, especially with my ThinkPad. Even though IBM gave me an application to change keys, and Microsoft gave me IntelliType utilities, both meant that drivers would have to be loaded, and that sorta irked me for some reasons… call it a throw back to the days of TSR programs, but I get “itchy feet” when I have to leave unnecessary drivers loaded.
Continue reading Keyboard Remapping: Part III – SharpKeys