Originally Posted by thomass
Actually what I mean is different. :GiMeSpace is not an app to send screen to another device , It only enables me to see the second screen on the first screen temporarily . It useful only if I use it with your app and extended screen (like your description).
GiMeSpace makes the screen behave like a wider screen. (For example my screen resolution is 1280*800. I set the ( virtually ) wider screen resolution as 2500*800. then when I move the mouse to the right edge of the screen, screen starts to slip to show me this extra space (then I can see and oparate on this extra part) . And If I set an extended screen at the same time, it displays this extra part (when I slip back) .And with your app I can see it on the Kindle .
Therefore GiMeSpace is not an alternative to your app but a supplementary.
It is useful to see the second screen on the first screen temporarily to make some small changes (like scrolling, or changing pages,..etc)
It is good to see and make modification on what I send to Kindle without any effect on what I see on the the screen of my computer.
Sorry for my English
BTW: I couldn't make ZoneScreen work. I could set it to send pictures but I couldn't make Kindle display them; Thanks anyway..
Ack, I should've been more clear. ZoneScreen has a driver that lets you add a virtual screen to your computer, which you can then use in conjunction with the eMonitor program, if you don't have the option to force detection. I guess I misunderstood your original question.
As for the program you linked, it looks like it has a free version