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2.80 Release 3
The 2.80 Release 3 includes the IMG Data Manager 1.39, Manifest updates, license updates.
Version 2.80 Release 3 - 11/7/2014
2.80 Release 2
The 2.80 Release 2 license updates for the IMG Personal License.
Version 2.80 Release 2 - February 14, 2014
The 2.80 Release contains updates to support Windows 8.
Version 2.80 Release - September 17, 2012
2.70 Release 5
The 2.70 Release 5 contains license manager updates.
Version 2.70 Release 5 - September 17, 2012
2.70 Release 4
The 2.70 Release 4 contains support for User Account Control in Windows Vista / Windows 7, maintenance updates, license updates, and synchronizes the release schedule with the IMG Products DVD. Note there is no Release 2 or 3.
Version 2.70 Release 4 - November 24, 2009
The 2.70 release provides only a few new features: Ability to use axis movement as triggers (button actions triggered via X or Y axis motion), and support for Windows Vista and Windows 7. The update also includes the IMG License Manager, IMG Download Manager, and HTML/PDF Help.
Version 2.70 - July 16, 2009
The 2.60 release provides an updated Win32 release for support of all Win32 versions of Windows: Windows 95 / 98 / Me / NT / 2000 / XP. For these versions, help & the manual are included in the single file JTM.HLP.
Support for Windows 3.x is included and any notes for 2.51 apply to the 16-bit version (JOY2MSE.EXE).
New features include:
support for multiple monitors (Windows 98/Me/2000/XP)
Support for Buttons 9-32 on Enhanced Joysticks
Support for Slider Control (Z axis), and Rudder Control
Z / Rudder options: Horizontal & Vertical scroll, Fine Tune X & Y position, Mouse Wheel
Support for POV (Point of View hat)
Additional Button options - X buttons, Ignore, Mouse Wheel, Move Cursor, etc.
NT/2000/XP Service to allow operation when in secure modes
DriftGuard option to help when joysticks are not calibrated correctly
New help dialogs for Joystick setup & configuration
Additional Help & notes added
Version 2.60 - September 26, 2002
2/25/97 - International Contacts updated
The 2.51 release addresses minor usability issues, dialog presentation, and program flow.
Modifications for 2.51 include:
Addition of improved Windows 95 Double-Click method
Ability to disable Wizard's Helpers
Version 2.51 - 11/25/96
The 2.50 release encompasses all of the feedback, suggestions, ideas, criticisms, wants, needs, and product enhancements that we have created and received from users over the past year. Enjoy!
Modifications for 2.50 include:
Supervisor / Operator Modes with Password
Redesigned option dialogs
Joystick-To-Mouse Calibration / diagnostic
DOS based diagnostic program
User modifiable (Custom) Acceleration curves
"Turbocharged" Cursor Acceleration
Presets for Joystick / User Types
Auto-Sense button assignments for Applications
Auto-Sense Stop Joystick-To-Mouse operation
Enhancements for Windows 95
Detailed / Context-sensitive On-line Help System
Cursor axis inversion options
Cursor wrap (screen-wrap) Option
User adjustable Center range sensitivity
Optional Calibration methods
Additional Window Display options
Version 2.50 - 10/25/96
Modifications for 2.40 include:
Addition of special handling for Analog Joysticks to relieve drifting and asymmetric joystick operation
Addition of Auto-Center option for Analog Joysticks
Addition of Joystick Motion Threshold setting to increase or decrease sensitivity to joystick motion
Addition of joystick position display to aid in calibration, operation, and initial settings
Addition of dwell timer to automatically send a button press when joystick is left motionless after move
Command Line parameter of "2" or "JOYSTICK2" forces Joystick-To-Mouse to use only the second joystick
Version 2.40 - 1/01/96
Modifications for 2.30 include:
Changes to SETUP.EXE and Joystick-To-Mouse to add Windows 95 compatibility.
The Joystick drivers for Windows 3.1 have been moved into the JOYSTICK subdirectory. On certain systems the uncompressed files would be deleted on the floppy disk because of naming issues. See file notes below.
On some non-Microsoft Video card drivers the SETUP.EXE will cause a system error (GPF). Try using a lower resolution or less colors (i.e. 16 instead of 256) during the setup portion, or use the default video drivers that came with Windows, or contact your video card manufacturer for their latest screen drivers.
Version 2.30 - 9/30/95
Modifications for 2.20 include:
Operation of Button Menu Shortcuts / Changes to Menu Dialogs
Changes of several default settings based on testing results
Button Settings are now normally available instead of Advanced
Changes to calculations to allow for Center Range buffer
Version 2.20 - 8/18/95
This is a tested & finalized release. Please report any problems or inconsistencies so they can be recorded.
Version 2.10 - 7/31/95