Keystrokes and mouse clicks with mon-key visualizeFiled under: News;
Some time ago I've reported on the small program Key Status Monitor, which allows keystrokes or mouse clicks to visualize screencasts. About the comment of ronald I've now learned that the program has now found under the name of mon-key on Google Code for a new home and new supervisors. The original program was discontinued.
With the change has done a lot of Key Status Monitor. One can now determine the size of the window, hide keys or the mouse – which for me is always an important point -. Now there's a deb package for Debian-based Linuxes.
The program puts no entries in the Start menu, after installing the package, you must therefore mon-key launch from a terminal. Normally, your results in just …
$ Key-mon… from
. mon-key it asks for administrative rights. These are necessary, without it, mon-key USB bus “eavesdrop” no.
Alternatively you can now give to mon-key options. So you can change the theme to her, Hiding keys or change the size. A …
$ Key-mon – larger – theme = apple
Starts … for example, mon-key with an “Apple-Theme” and a size bigger.
Numerous other parameters can be found in the help page of the program …
$ Key-mon – help
Or … on the above linked website.
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