WinDragSens – Graphical Drag Sensitivity Utility

In response to a comment regarding the console-based version of the drag sensitivity utility, I’ve created a new version of the utility that includes a graphical interface and a means of testing the drag settings in the interface.

WinDragSens Interface

This version also maintains all of the command-line parameters of the previous version so that it may still be used from scripts or batch files.

You may download the executable from GitHub:

https://github.com/paulmooreparks/WinDragSens/releases

If you’d like to examine or modify the source code or build your own executable rather than relying on the executable above, you may download the Visual Studio 2015 project and source from GitHub:

https://github.com/paulmooreparks/WinDragSens/

Please let me know if you encounter any problems or have any questions.

License

There isn’t one, really. WinDragSens is completely free to download, use, modify, and distribute. WinDragSens is provided as-is, without warranty and without support.

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    • That means that even though Norton didn’t find any virus signatures in the executable, it’s not an executable that Norton recognizes since it’s not widely known or popular. Norton therefore assumes that the executable is meant to do something harmful to your computer, essentially erring on the side of caution.

      I can tell you that not only do I have a malware scanner running on my compilation machine, but it’s also regularly run on my web site. The MD5 hash of the original file also matches the MD5 hash of the downloaded file, so I’m extremely confident that there’s nothing harmful lurking in the file.

      PMP

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