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Command & Information Center 2.4.2

Control your Windows PC

  1. Stéphane Lenclud
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    Command & Information Center, also known as CIC, provides Windows systems with a host of HTPC and desktop related features such as VFD panels, HDMI CEC, Logitech Harmony Hub, monitor control over DDC, voice control, Elgato Stream Deck, Teensy 3.2 virtual keyboard, Fritz!Box Smart Home switch.
    Read on about CIC features on our product description page.

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    Release notes

    2.4.2

    Elgato Stream Deck support.
    Teensy 3.2 keyboard support.

    2.3.0

    FRITZ!Box socket switch actions.

    2.2.10

    Support Speech with either Microsoft.Speech (Kinect) or System.Speech (Windows default).

    2.2.4

    Add support for Kinect voice commands.

    2.1.2

    Noritake GU256x64x-39xx VFD now supported through Teensy 3.2.

    2.1.0

    Adding support for Noritake GU256x64x-39xx VFDs and optimised render time.

    2.0.4

    Adding support for monitor brightness and contrast actions.

    2.0.0

    New installer using Squirrel instead of ClickOnce.

    1.4.5

    Improved Audio Visualizer.
    Removed installer dependency checks.

    1.4.2

    Audio Visualizer support.

    1.0.4

    Logitech Harmony connection now reconnects.

    1.0.0

    Logitech Harmony connection now kept alive.
    Improved logs.

    0.12.2

    Adding support for Logitech Harmony.
    Improved support for HDMI CEC.
    New Event Action Router feature.

    0.8.9

    Included missing dependencies on VS runtimes.

    0.8.8

    Screen saver does not kick in until Windows powers off the monitor.

    0.8.7

    Idle screen saver client not showing in Open Task view any more.

    0.8.6

    Basic screen saver functionalities.

    0.8.5

    Current display client is now determined based on priorities.

    0.8.1

    REC icon on MDM166A display now working.

    0.8.0

    New architecture base on SharpLibDisplay.
    Supports recording notification area icon.
    Breaking changes do not upgrade unless you upgrade MP1 too using the installer provided on MP1-4702.
    After upgrading MP1 you will need to reconfigure MiniDisplay plug-in to use SharpLibDisplay.
    SharpLibDisplay for MP1 now supports single line layout providing better readability for MDM166AA displays.

    0.6.1

    Basic CEC by Pulse-Eight.
    TV goes on standby and wakes up as any computer monitor would.
    USB - CEC Adapter hardware needed.

    0.5.4

    Closing optical drive tray now working too.

    0.5.3

    One can now select the optical drive to eject.

    0.5.2

    Adding support to eject media in E drive using Eject or Ext2 (HP remotes).
    You better make sure your E drive is an optical drive or face the side effect of dismounting an actual hard drive. Future version should allow to select which drive to eject.