Project Description

http://zspline.net/files/UniPie_Overview.pdf

UniPie is a Windows 7 application running in the background until invoked by a hotkey (or mouse button). When that happens a pie menu shows up where the user can pick one of the slices.
Each slice represents an action: sending one or more virtual button presses or starting an application.

Pie menus can be system wide or application specific. In the latter case the same hotkey can invoke different pie menus depending on the application currently in focus.

UniPie also features an input remapper: certain keystrokes or mouse buttons can be translated into others. For example the middle mouse button could act as the space bar in Photoshop for easier panning.

The project uses the following libraries:
Application and Global Mouse and Keyboard Hooks - http://globalmousekeyhook.codeplex.com
Windows Input Simulator - http://inputsimulator.codeplex.com
WPF NotifyIcon - http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/36468/WPF-NotifyIcon

Last edited Aug 14, 2012 at 2:48 PM by ZoltanE, version 5