Keyboard Jedi on Windows7 64-bit



After some work finally got the Keyboard Jedi 1.5 tool by Roy Osherove to work on Windows 7 64-bit.

Had to use the last version, 1.2.0.10, of the Global System Hooks library by Michael Kennedy from here: 

- http://www.codeproject.com/KB/system/globalsystemhook.aspx
Then did as described by James  Kovacs here:
- http://jameskovacs.com/2008/04/25/keyboard-jedi-on-vista-x64/
to force it to run at 32 bit and to reference the new version of the Global System Hooks library.






Download it from here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11163041/keyjedi-Win7-64bit.zip
This build requires the .NET Framework 4.0, you can repeat the steps described here, using the original exe, in ordert to build it with a different framework version.
Last touch, when you are running Visual Studio as administrator, also Keyboard Jedi needs to be run as administrator.




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Print | posted @ martedì 21 settembre 2010 22.49

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Gravatar # re: Keyboard Jedi on Windows7 64-bit
by Agouti at 09/11/2012 9.36

Thanks, that worked a treat!
  
Gravatar # re: Keyboard Jedi on Windows7 64-bit
by chris at 19/07/2014 15.07

nice tool, but only works with combination shortcuts (alt-ctrl-shift+ key). stand alone key presses (q-w-e-r-t-y) don't display.
  
Gravatar # re: Keyboard Jedi on Windows7 64-bit
by Nikhil at 02/08/2014 19.34

Exactly what i was looking for. A great app showing the key strokes as it says
  
Gravatar # re: Keyboard Jedi on Windows7 64-bit
by Luca Minudel at 02/08/2014 19.53

Happy to hear that!
  

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