Control external monitors or projectors without a keyboard.
Flick up to share a screen. Flick down to hide it
This can be done by touch-screen or mouse from any app, at any point.
There is no need to switch apps, leave fullscreen, or exit kiosk mode
It was made for use in board-rooms and conference rooms, but users may like it more generally, since they can be quickly selective about what their audience sees, and when.
For instance flicking down to blank the screen while they browse for the next image to display
Flick is audible confirms to the user their flick has taken place;
reducing a need to glance at the projector
Flick is easier allows shorter and slower flicks.
Some users may appreciate this initially. Flicks should be continuous, long, and vertical. From top to bottom of the screen
Flick extends screen is a choice for downwards flick to either blank the projector, or display the desktop background;
by extending the main screen
Start minimized causes FlickScreen to start with the options window hidden, but still be accessible from the taskbar
The installer also has an option for FlickScreen to launch at startup
FlickScreen is 10$, but can be downloaded for trial usage
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