Did you ever dream of drawing that famous cricketer Sachin Tendulkars “S” and wish your computer would act like his batting, like putting it to sleep or shutting it down as in (sixerssssss……..)? Well, with Sensiva you can. All you need to do is assign the equivalent of a macro consisting of a sleep command to that S-pen stroke and your computers goes nighty-night. More on Sensiva’s far-reaching capabilities when I discuss how the players work as a team. Sensiva works by intercepting a control-click followed by a given mouse movement or pen stroke.
One feature you must observe is that Sensiva requires a continuous penstroke. By lifting your pen you indicate to Sensiva that you have finished your penstroke and want it to interpret the penstroke. If Sensiva continued to interpret several penstrokes in a row you would have to explicitly tell Sensiva when your penstroke or series of penstrokes is complete. This means another step in the action, possibly counterintuitive to just executing your action request.
However, if you could turn that feature on and off in the Sensiva application preferences it might be a worthwhile extension to its customization. Maybe that would be a feature worth a request to Sensiva (hint, hint). While we’re at it, I wish they had programmed penstroke/DuoSwitch combinations: Activate the DuoSwitch to the Up position and draw upwards or downwards with your pen, and the pen action results in scrolling wheel-like action. Activate the pen DuoSwitch to the Down position and draw with your pen in some direction, and the pen action results in dragging the window in that same direction. And to top it off, I just wish they had made it possible to use Sensiva on a second (or third) monitor.
By using Sensiva Symbol customization option you can create your own Commanding Character like “M” for minimize application,but remember while creating your own you have to take care of sequence or line order.
You can download it from following link:Sensiva Symbol Commander (1879)