Use your Bluetooth-enabled Palm device to control PowerPoint, Browser, WMP, Mouse and more on your Desktop or Laptop computer. View your presentation slide notes directly on the PDA, view slide warnings, and much more!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP, Palm OS
Description: Imagine having the liberty to remotely control your laptop or desktop with your Palm PDA or SmartPhone. This is exactly the power that LibertyControl gives you, allowing you total control of your desktop using bluetooth technology. LibertyControl gives you a world of opportunity to control anything such as PowerPoint, WMP Playlists, Browser, Desktop/Mouse or PowerPoint presentations. With LibertyControl, you can now give outstanding presentations with confidence by turning your mobile device into your presentation remote control.
System Requirements: PalmOS 5 , 320x320 and Bluetooth
Change Info: Update v1.2.1. 1) Improved Slide Note send reliability and speed. 2) Installer will now prompt to close LibertyControl if it's currently running, prior to installation. 3) Updated PowerPoint quickstart presentation with additional notes. 4) Windows Media Player (WMP) 11 user playlists are now supported. 5) Updated Media Control to allow Nav. buttons to control selected playlist (Left/Right=Back/Next track, Center=Play/Pause,Up/Down=Volume up/down). 6) Reduction in the 'flicker' effect during a presentation. 7) Added ability to press up/down Nav. button to page up/down presentation notes on Palm. 8) Added support for FireFox Browser. 9) Fixed an issue regarding the browse history DB could get deleted on the Palm. 10) Improved suport for most all Bluetooth adapters (now using API calls for all serial communications within LC Desktop). 11) Fixed an issue where LC Desktop could potentially resend commands to the Palm to change to internet screen on the . Palm repeatedly. 12) If a BlueTooth Hotsync is initiated while LibertyControl is running, LibertyControl will detect this and stop the port to allow . the Hotsync Operation to proceed. 13) Improved Presentation note relay speed. 14) LC will close the Presentation running on the Desktop upon exit of the PDA app. 15) Fixed an issue where the battery meter could show an incorrect image. 16) Performs an ALT+ESC key command sequence instead of ALT+TAB to properly sequence through windows. 17) Added 'Bytes Received' in the Statistics Tab. 18) Added 'Current Browser' in the statistics Tab. 19) Added additional code to support IE7 with Address selection capability. 20) Added option to allow LibertyControl to run on Windows Startup (or not). 21) Fixed the ability to use the up/down/left/right arrow keys from Virtual Keyboard in Windows Media Center to navigate . options. 22) Minor LibertyControl Desktop user interface improvements (color matching, image improvements, etc.).
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