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– Mouse control within each monitor screen
– Warping of the mouse pointer across monitor bezel
– mouse, windows (see figure 1) and OSD controls displayed within each monitor screen
– Virtual Sticky Pointer in your favorite applications (you must use the /search command – see section below)
– Automatic re-positioning of the Virtual Sticky Pointer, provided you use the /reposition command
– Ability to use one Virtual Sticky pointer in two or more monitors
– Ability to use one Virtual Sticky pointer in two or more display modes simultaneously
– Built-in auto-navigation rules to help you build your environment the way you want it (home, first app, second app, etc)
– A virtual mechanical mouse in Windows 8.1 (in addition to the mouse click)
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* Addresses the problem of excessive mouse travels when working across several monitors with different sizes and layouts.
* Works with any standard Windows mouse.
* Enhances productivity by increasing the user’s ability to target the desired area.
* Wide variety of settings (clockwise or anticlockwise rotation, hardware acceleration off/on, smoothness level off/on, etc.)
* No driver installation necessary.
* No mouse acceleration.
* Works for left and right handed users.
* Acceleration: work rate can be defined from 1.1x up to 1.5x with average reaction time.
* Speed: the maximal acceleration ratio can be set from 1.1x up to 1.5x
* High and low cursor speed.
* Wide variety of settings (hardware acceleration off/on, speed, sensitivity, etc.)
* Mouse smoothing off/on
* Rotate depending on your preferences.
* Set a key.
* Configure the mouse settings from within the context menu.
* Define the key of the mouse wheel for scrolling.
* Configure the mouse wheel distance.
* Configure your mouse profile.
* Convert original mouse drivers and profiles to M3.
* When using M3 software, you will see M3 in your taskbar and system tray.
* Enable M3 menu.
* Double click on the menu icon to control the M3 settings.
* Enable M3 mouse emulation
* Mouse acceleration can be fine tuned.
* Mouse smoothing can be fine tuned.
* Mouse speed can be fine tuned.
* Mouse sensitivity can be fine tuned.
* Mouse scroll speed can be fine tuned.
* Mouse smoothing can be fine tuned.
* The software settings can be saved.
* You can define settings in a registry file.
* You can install the software from any menu (install programs, edit, games, etc.).
* You can restore mouse settings during program shutdown/reboot.
* You can revert mouse settings during program shutdown/reboot.
* You can restore the program settings during program shutdown/reboot.
* You can reset mouse settings during program shutdown/reboot.
* You can remove the program settings during program shutdown/reboot.
* Custom profile and mouse settings can be loaded and saved.
* You can save your custom mouse settings to a profile file.
* You can remove the custom profile from the program folder.
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This driver allows you to use one physical mouse device with multiple monitors that have different resolutions and aspects ratios.
This means that the mouse will be shown in the same place on each of the monitors, while the pointer will be warped from one to another according to which monitor you are interacting with at the moment.
For example, the mouse pointer might warp to the bottom-right corner of a monitor with low resolution and an aspect ratio of 4:3 while moving up from the bottom-left corner of another monitor with a high resolution and aspect ratio of 16:9.
The pointer will revert back to its initial screen position automatically.
Likewise, if you move the mouse pointer from one monitor to another, the warping will be undone, and the mouse pointer will revert back to its original screen position.
The driver will permit using a physical mouse with up to three monitors at the same time.
M3 is available for Windows 7 and later.
M3 installs the M3 monitor driver, which is a generic driver that can be used to simulate a mouse pointer for multiple monitors.
M3 will be automatically selected if you connect a mouse to your monitors, even if you have an optical mouse.
If you wish to use a trackpad instead, or if there is a dispute over which mouse is primary, select the M3 trackpad driver.
By default, M3 will try to automatically select the appropriate driver for each monitor, based on criteria such as resolution, aspect ratio and monitor orientation.
M3 will try to match the M3 mouse pointer to the native mouse pointer for each monitor.
However, M3 will not always be able to match the user’s mouse pointer to the hardware mouse pointer.
If M3 cannot match the mouse pointer, the user will be prompted to select the mouse pointer.
(M3 will ignore the selection of the native mouse pointer if the monitor supports only mouse and keyboard input.)
M3 can be enabled and disabled using the appropriate registry settings.
When enabled, M3 will be automatically selected in the future if you connect a mouse to one of the monitors.
If you do not wish to use M3, set the registry key “Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Multimon\M3Enable” to 0.
When disabled, M3 will not automatically be selected.
To manually enable M3, you can run the “EnableMultiMonitorM3.exe” utility and select which
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M3 is an extension to the normal Windows mouse driver.
It supports 2 and more fully independent physical mouse devices, although the interface only features support for one of the individual mice at a time.
The user can switch between mouse devices at any time, and can execute actions (such as drag/drop) on the mice independent of the currently selected mouse device.
Mouse operating in separate display planes are also allowed, so the user can place the pointer in one monitor and move the mouse in the other.
M3 is a free and fully open source software, can be used on any platform running the Microsoft Window driver, including Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD.
NOTE: M3 only supports full independent physical mouse devices, i.e. hardware mouse devices with 2 or more buttons, such as Alps or Avago mice. It does not support the Windows Universal laser mouse (WUML) or the Microsoft T430 (not recommended for work with M3 at present).
Platform & Requirements:
Linux 2.6.26 and later
Mac OS X 10.4 and later
Windows XP and later (experimental support may be in the future)
Linux & FOSS required
Windows & FOSS required
Alpine, Alpaca, Mouse Systems and other compatible mice as listed at the M3 website
Driver & Configuration Required:
The Windows user needs to update their mouse driver to the latest version available for their OS.
The Linux and Mac user’s mouse driver should be updated to the latest version for their respective OS.
Alternatively, the driver can be manually installed using the driver source supplied with M3.
Simply download the M3 installer provided at this website and run the installer. The installer will walk you through the interface for installing the mouse driver and doing a sanity check on your system.
The installer has 2 basic sections: installation and configuration.
The installation is self-explanatory. During installation the installer walks you through the mouse settings for the mouse you wish to use for the purpose of measuring mouse movements.
It will also ask you for the path of your installation directory of the mouse driver, so that the installer can find and install the latest version.
If you wish to use M3 with a separate mouse (e.g. a serial mouse), it will first ask you if the mouse you wish to use is independent or dependent (i.e.
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 or newer
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 512 MB
Minimum: 1.5 GB of available hard disk space
Hard Drive Space: at least 250 MB of free disk space (e.g. 60 MB of
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DVD-ROM Drive: (required)
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