Projects / S-Jog


S-Jog is a program that uses the Sony Vaio laptops Jog Wheel to launch user applications, adjust the screen brightness, volume, and also to scroll pages up and down (like a mousewheel). S-Jog pops up when you move the Jog Wheel, then disappears after 3 seconds of inactivity so that it doesn't waste desktop space.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  12 Nov 2002 04:35

    Release Notes: Support for the Enlightenment menu system, syncing with patches from the sjog Debian package, and a few other enhancements.

    •  13 Aug 2001 21:12

      Release Notes: This release adds support for the sonypi driver and for mouse button events, imports the current screen brightness, and has new options to avoid window centering.

      •  08 Aug 2001 02:14

        Release Notes: Support for the sonypi driver in Linux 2.4.x, support for fake mouse button events, getting the current screen brightness instead of forcing it to 50%, and a few new command-line options.

        •  03 Apr 2001 22:42

          Release Notes: A new mousewheel emulation feature that allows you to scroll pages up and down using the jog wheel, and a fix for a bug that could cause sjog to crash while setting brightness.

          •  02 Apr 2001 07:22

            Release Notes: This release includes support for volume control just like brightness setting.


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