PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i: How to Control Multiple Instances of an Application with One Keyboard
If you are looking for a way to control multiple instances of an application with one keyboard, you might be interested in PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i. This is a key broadcasting application that allows users to send individual inputs to multiple windows or programs at the same time. Whether you want to multibox video games, test software, or automate tasks, PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i can help you achieve your goals.
In this article, we will explain what PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i is, how it works, and how to use it. We will also show you some of the benefits and features of this application, as well as some of the drawbacks and limitations. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i and whether it is suitable for your needs.
What is PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i
PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i is a modified version of Keyclone, a key broadcasting application that was originally developed by SolidICE[^2^]. Keyclone allows users to control multiple instances of an application using a single keyboard/input device. For example, if you have two windows of a game open on your computer, you can use Keyclone to send the same keystrokes and mouse clicks to both windows simultaneously.
PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i is an improved version of Keyclone that fixes some of the bugs and vulnerabilities that were found in the original application. For instance, PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i has patched the security provider given vulnerabilities such as found in Bouncy Castle[^1^], which is a cryptography library that Keyclone uses to store and read certificates or keys. PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i also has better compatibility and performance with various applications and operating systems.
How does PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i work
PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i works by creating virtual keyboards and mice for each instance of an application that you want to control. You can then assign hotkeys to switch between these virtual devices and send inputs to them. For example, if you have two windows of a game open on your computer, you can assign F1 and F2 as hotkeys to switch between them. When you press F1, you will send inputs to the first window, and when you press F2, you will send inputs to the second window.
You can also configure PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i to broadcast inputs to all instances of an application at once, or to specific groups of instances. For example, if you have four windows of a game open on your computer, you can assign F3 as a hotkey to broadcast inputs to all four windows simultaneously. You can also assign F4 and F5 as hotkeys to broadcast inputs to only two windows each.
PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i has a user-friendly interface that allows you to easily create and manage your virtual devices and hotkeys. You can also customize various settings such as input delay, input filtering, input cloning, input mapping, input blocking, and more.
How to use PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i
To use PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i, you need to download and install the application from its official website. You also need to have the applications that you want to control installed on your computer.
Once you have installed PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i, you can follow these steps to use it:
Launch PATCHED Keyclone v1.8i and click on the \"Add\" button to create a new virtual device.
Select the application that you want to control from the drop-down menu and click on \"OK\".
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for each instance of the application that you want to control.
Assign hotkeys to switch between your virtual devices by clicking on the \"Hotkeys\" tab and selecting the desired keys from the drop-down menus.
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