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Gizmod is an input handler that binds to a specific device and can adapt to various situations so you can have one meaning in, say, AmaroK and another in MPlayer, etc. It even includes remote control so you can send input events to another machine with a locally connected device.
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|gizmod-3.5-4.i586.html||Gizmod is an advanced input handler for keyboards, mice, and joypads||Mandriva 2011 for i586||gizmod-3.5-4.i586.rpm|
|gizmod-3.5-4.x86_64.html||Gizmod is an advanced input handler for keyboards, mice, and joypads||Mandriva 2011 for x86_64||gizmod-3.5-4.x86_64.rpm|
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