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    Since I got my touchpad during the firesale I had planned on putting Android on it asap and using remotedroid to control my htpc. But I've fallen in love with webos and didn't want to use android anymore

    A newish app came up that is exactly what I was wanting "mousepad" the second release of it even has sensitivity controls and its really cheap.

    I was using splashtop (got it free :P)but for an htpc it's pretty terrible.

    Not sure if this is against the rules pushing an app I like but I suggest anyone who wants a cheap wireless mouse/keyboard to check it out in the hp catalog.

    Btw it's fully functional but fairly low in customizing. However he does seem to want to keep adding features.
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    The sensitivity could use some tweaking but it works. I will probably just use the mouse and keyboard that came with my nettop though. I dont like how I have to manually enter the ip address into the app every time I launch it.
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    It would be nice if we could use the TP as a multitouch Apple Trackpad...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xninjagrrl View Post
    The sensitivity could use some tweaking but it works. I will probably just use the mouse and keyboard that came with my nettop though. I dont like how I have to manually enter the ip address into the app every time I launch it.
    I've only had to enter in the address once when I first set it up so not too sure why yours is requiring that. For me it persists through sleep log off and shutdown. Though I have it loaded when windows starts so that may be why. When not connected the server program uses almost no ram or cpu so I don't bother turning it off.
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    No problem with posting reviews/recommendations of apps!

    I need to install this for the same use. Have been hearing great things from everyone about the app.
    I love physical keyboards... but there is two devices that would make me consider a slab, one is something running a full version of Open webOS. The other is an iPhone!!!! HA HA just kidding (about the iPhone that is)...
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    The app is very good. Just needs a better keyboard and landscape mode and I'll be set.

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