KameVoice is a Program to utilize the Microsoft GameVoice USB device as general control device in KDE. It is able to map all sort of standard shell commands to the buttons of the GameVoice. It is easy to configure, and should be 100% stable and use very few resources.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Hardware Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The code has been reviewed and updated to compile cleanly against fresh distributions. It has been tested and run on openSuSE 10.3, which means it should run on any other recent distribution with Qt3 installed.
Release Notes: This release contains a partial rewrite of the GVListener structures and the way the GVListener thread and KameVoice itself communicate with each other (see the GVListenerStatus object). The forceful termination of the GVListener thread was fixed and a secure way to end the thread was implemented. This is a pure bugfix release.
Release Notes: The ability to assign actions to deactivation events from the GV was added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.