NeoRemote
NeoRemote
0.0.0

5.0

NeoRemote free download for Mac

NeoRemote0.0.0

19 September 2007

Control NeoOffice presentations using an Apple Remote.

Overview

NeoRemote is a little tool that allows you to control your NeoOffice presentations using Apple Remote. It will also work with any other application that happens to use the same keyboard shortcuts. NeoRemote doesn't have any user interface, it just sits quietly in the Dock, doing its job. When you're finished with your presentation, and would like to go back to using your remote with Front Row etc., just right-click on NeoRemote's icon (or control-click, or click and hold, if you only have one mouse button) and choose "Quit". If you have any problems running NeoRemote, or, even better, if you find that it works perfectly on your Mac and would like to say thanks, please contact the author, Jacek Fedoryński, at jfedor@jfedor.org. I would be especially grateful for any reports on whether NeoRemote works on Leopard. Do not hesitate to drop me an email if you have any other comments or questions.

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How would you rate NeoRemote app?

2 Reviews of NeoRemote

5
Rich-Smith
20 September 2007
Version: 0.9

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The person who made this deserves a medal! I've downloaded a few apps which are suppose to do what NeoRemote does, but just don't work at all. NeoRemote is perfect for anyone who makes their presentations in NeoOffice and wants to be able to advance their presentation using their AppleRemote. It's simple and stable; most of the time you won't realise it's there. Big thumbs up!
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Jasia
30 April 2008
Version: 0.9
It Just Works! I am using OS 10.5.2. Sweet!
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5
Rich-Smith
20 September 2007
Version: 0.9
The person who made this deserves a medal! I've downloaded a few apps which are suppose to do what NeoRemote does, but just don't work at all. NeoRemote is perfect for anyone who makes their presentations in NeoOffice and wants to be able to advance their presentation using their AppleRemote. It's simple and stable; most of the time you won't realise it's there. Big thumbs up!
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