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UPDATE YOUR BOOKMARKS!!!
We have an issue that there is no way around as of yet.
I have done all I can to try and prevent this from happening.
We are going to be losing the .com, .org and .de domains.
We have not been able to contact the original author of EventGhost
(the person that owns those domains) to redirect them to the new web server.
I set in motion when we first moved a redirection from the old server to the new server.
I also put in markers so that search engines would see this change and update any pointers
they have. We still have the .net domain for the production site. and the .rocks for the test site.
For the past few months you have been getting redirected to the .net site if you used one of the 3
domains mentioned above. I just wanted to tell everyone so they can make any changes needed.
I'm trying to build EG remote profiles for different programs using a combination of screen clicks, and remapping my mouse scroll wheel to pressing down twice. I can set this up pretty easily on Netflix because it has a consistent page layout but other sites don't. Hulu for instance has a large banner at the top of the page, then a really small banner underneath of that, and then medium size banners with small banners placed randomly throughout each page. I would like to use my over arrows to scroll through the horizontal banners by setting the mouse at a given point on the page, and emulating a click as it does in my Netflix remote but the page layout doesn't let me. This means that If I set my mouse to an absolute value, and have it scroll a given distance, the mouse pointer will eventually move out of the area occupied by the over arrow on the hulu page/app.
What I am thinking I might be able to do is find where the over arrow is scripted into the page, and just tell the webpage that I clicked the over arrow without moving my mouse all around, or trying to figure out an asymmetric mouse scroll wheel hack job from hell. I know the page is written in HTML, and I'm guessing if I can find where the arrow is coded into the webpage, then tell the webpage I clicked on it, this would work in at least the website, and possibly in the app. How can I accomplish this?