Dual Display Mouse Manager 1.1      

Size:   30KB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2010-04-13  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7

Downloads:   3742

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

DDMM is a program made for people who use 2 or more display display monitors.

It prevents the mouse from crossing from one screen to another too easily, and allows teleporting the mouse pointer from one screen to another with a keyboard shortcut.

This is a standalone .exe that does not require installation.


  • Automatically adjusts to any display configuration changes
  • Hotkey to enable/disable
  • Hotkey to teleport mouse pointer between displays
  • Supports up to 3 displays
  • Tray icon reports the current monitor and status

Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

What's New in version 1.1:

  • Preview rectangles were set as option, allowing to enable / disable them, with default disabled.
  • Fully automatic mode was added and set as default:
    • The program reacts automatically to any display configuration/resolution changes.
    • Preview rectangles are updated accordingly, if preview enabled and program not minimized.
    • Coordinates are automatically recalculated for any change and can't be entered manually in automatic mode.
  • "Mouse teleport" mechanism was added to teleport mouse between displays with a keyboard shortcut.
  • Some optimizations were made in the code to reduce CPU load on mouse movement.
  • Since the program has no taskbar icon, it can be "lost" when the focus is lost, so the window was made topmost when open, and its design was changed a bit to incorporate new options.
  • Changed the tray icon menu to include "restore" option.
  • Changed the tray icon left click behavior to restore on single click.
  • Added exit hook, removing the global hooks and restoring control on forced exit


"Poor Performance"

Reviewer: -mhshore

Review Date: 2011-03-25

Pros: Good idea, but usually doesn't work. Not worth the trouble unless it's fixed. Too bad, it's a good idea.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Like to see the problem solved.


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