AutoRemote Windows 8 control

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  1. Pliind

    Pliind New Member

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    With Windows 10 creaping up on us soon, wouldnt it be nice to be able to have autoremote talk to Eventghost? so you can control instances from your computers UI directly to eventghost? and also display information in tiles? :)
     
  2. Mark

    Mark New Member

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    You can use autoremote with eventghost already. Or is there something not working with W8?
    (I'm using W7, AR and eventghost without problem)
     
  3. RiseUp

    RiseUp New Member

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    I currently use AutoRemote and EventGhost on Windows 8 with no problems, as well.
     
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  4. Pliind

    Pliind New Member

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    No what i mean is using Tiles in the metro UI to display information or be used as buttons!
    Read me first post again, sorry for the confusion, many things in my head at the same time
     
  5. joaomgcd

    joaomgcd Administrator Staff Member

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    I should create a native Windows 8 AutoRemote app sometime :)
     
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    JuanmiML New Member

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    I agree! A native Windows 8 app would be awesome!
     
  7. Insanity

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    I use Evenghost on my Windows 8 setup, although I've never considered using it to control a tile (honestly I rarely use the metro UI.) Is it even possible for a 3rd party app such as Eventghost to create/change tiles as you wish? This would be pretty neat.
     
  8. Pliind

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    I dont use the metro UI either, but when Windows 10 is here the UI will be intigrated with the start menu, hence tiles will be usefull for any nerd :)
     
  9. joaomgcd

    joaomgcd Administrator Staff Member

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    I think you have to have a native windows 8 app to control a live tile. :)
     

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