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PowerMate programming in .Net – Part 2

This is post number 2 about creating .Net software for the Griffin PowerMate. If you haven’t read post 1 yet, now is a good time . My goal is to use PowerMate in .Net, use C#, and if possible, loose the dependency of the Windows Driver Development Kit. Some useful links I came across: Using

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PowerMate programming in .Net – Part 1

I’m currently working on using the Griffin PowerMate USB device from .Net. The PowerMate is a beautiful little rotary controller made of brushed steel with a blue “underglow” LED light. You can rotate it and click it, and that’s basically all. It does one thing, and does it well. Steve would have liked it. The

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