jnostromo provides drivers for the Razer Nostromo designed to be E-Sport legal. Profiles are unique user-defined keymappings and can be created for each game. A profile can have up to eight unique keymaps with mappings to switch between keymaps. jnostromo includes an easy-to-use configuration GUI to map keys from the nostromo to the keyboard and/or mouse. The configuration GUI can be hidden, and, at any time, the GUI can be displayed by clicking on the system tray icon. It's the goal of this project to make jnostromo the driver of choice for E-Sports and competitive gamers.
|Tags||Drivers configuration GUI|
|Licenses||GPL v3 or later|
|Operating Systems||Linux (64 Bit) Linux (32 bit)|
|Implementation||Java 1.6+ DB4o itext JInput Swing Installbuilder|
This video is a comprehensive tutorial that describes how to install jnostromo and use all of its features. Check it out here: http://youtu.be/EkLRJiqoE_o
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Belkin N52 & N52te. A popup has been added for a quick look at the descriptions of a keymap without having to save to file. There are several bugfixes and improvements in this release, including the addition of the right mouse button. The middle mouse button is now working, and tooltips are now displayed correctly. An icon for jinput has been made and added to the GUI, including an about page for jinput.
Release Notes: This release adds a GUI installation tool which allows the user to select the installation directory. The tool also configures the system to allow jnostromo to access the Razer Nostromo hardware automatically. This release adds a printer-friendly version of the PDF exporter. The active profile is now displayed in the system tray. The product icons in the lower left corner of the main application window are clickable and pop up product information. Both 32-bit and 64-bit installers are included in this release.
Release Notes: This release adds support for 32-bit Linux systems. It also fixes a minor bug where the description for keymaps was editable when it should not have been.
Release Notes: This release added a new way to edit buttons by pressing the button on the middle image, user editable descriptions for all mappings and keycaps, and user descriptions in PDF exported docs. A bug where the scroll wheel was not releasing a keypress was fixed along with an issue with combo box popups not automatically hiding.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug related to the scroll wheel repeating key presses.