I absolutely agree with the author that touch-screens are the future (think Enterprise-D panels in every hallway). I also believe that this project has the potential to set a high benchmark. Strong active development, receptive to feedback, fast
releases, open source, it's all great!
My suggestion is that every time I find an application I can't live without... one that modifies my workflow, my thought process, etc. I am completely stuck or insanely slow when I get to a machine where those programs or my setup do not exist.
I run most of these programs from a USB key or from the web. I like my applications to be "green"... that is to say it's environmentally friendly - the app doesn't throw garbage all over the OS - no registry entries, no %appdata%, etc.
The additional benefit is that the app can be run from my USB key and come with me to my other systems (I have 3 at home, 3 at work, and am the tech support for my friends and family). Saving time is critical. I've been bouncing between gmote and
strokeit (vista and xp respectively). I use Opera, where I first learned mouse gestures and really can't live without them there.
So if I grow addicted to High Sign, the way I think I could, it would be quite frustrating to get to another box and not have my gestures. Proactively then, I am asking if that could be possible?
Thank you for reading.