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Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer.To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element ... [More] for gameplay, however, many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice.You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear. Neither Mubox nor its contributors will be held responsible for any action taken against you for the use or possession of Mubox, It is your responsibility as a User to research and verify User Agreements before installing, running and using Mubox. [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com's forums (an independently run site), as well as information on how to configure and use hardware multiplexers with your games. DISCLAIMER Mubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer. To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element for gameplay, however, many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice. You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear. Neither Mubox nor its contributors will be held responsible for any action taken against you for the use or possession of Mubox, it is your onus to research and verify User Agreements before installing, running and using Mubox.Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Disclaimer Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com's forums (an independently run site), as well as information on how to configure and use hardware multiplexers with your games. DISCLAIMERMubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer. To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element for gameplay, however, many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice. You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear. Neither Mubox nor its contributors will be held responsible for any action taken against you for the use or possession of Mubox, it is your onus to research and verify User Agreements before installing, running and using Mubox. Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Disclaimer Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com's forums (an independently run site), as well as information on how to configure and use hardware multiplexers with your games. DISCLAIMER Mubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer. To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element for gameplay, however, many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice. You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear.Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex.Please visit the Issue Tracker page and VOTE on Version 1.4 features. User voting will determine how I triage/prioritize new features in Version 1.4, likewise if you want something added but don't see it listed don't hesitate to open a new issue. Even if it seems like it would be a radical departure from how things currently work, it may be that you have a good idea that would benefit a lot of people, and I'm always open to new ideas. Mubox has been in "Maintenance Mode" for roughly 3 months. During this time I have been focusing entirely on bug reports, and the only feature changes which have been made were made solely to address deficits in the current functionality of Mubox (for example Mouse Clone Mode, Client/Server Encryption and Muboxer macro updates. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com's forums for more information on available hardware, as well as information on how to configure and use hardware multiplexers with your games. DISCLAIMER Mubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer. To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element for gameplay, however, many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice. You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear.Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex.Please visit the Issue Tracker page and VOTE on Version 1.4 features. User voting will determine how I triage/prioritize new features in Version 1.4, likewise if you want something added but don't see it listed don't hesitate to open a new issue. Even if it seems like it would be a radical departure from how things currently work, it may be that you have a good idea that would benefit a lot of people, and I'm always open to new ideas. Mubox has been in "Maintenance Mode" for roughly 3 months. During this time I have been focusing entirely on bug reports, and the only feature changes which have been made were made solely to address deficits in the current functionality of Mubox (for example Mouse Clone Mode, Client/Server Encryption and Muboxer macro updates. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com's forums for more information on available hardware, as well as information on how to configure and use hardware multiplexers with your games. DISCLAIMER Mubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer. To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element for gameplay, however, many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice. You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear.Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex.Please visit the Issue Tracker page and VOTE on Version 1.4 features. User voting will determine how I triage/prioritize new features in Version 1.4, likewise if you want something added but don't see it listed don't hesitate to open a new issue. Even if it seems like it would be a radical departure from how things currently work, it may be that you have a good idea that would benefit a lot of people, and I'm always open to new ideas. Mubox has been in "Maintenance Mode" for roughly 3 months. During this time I have been focusing entirely on bug reports, and the only feature changes which have been made were made solely to address deficits in the current functionality of Mubox (for example Mouse Clone Mode, Client/Server Encryption and Muboxer macro updates. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com's forums for more information on available hardware, as well as information on how to configure and use hardware multiplexers with your games. DISCLAIMER Mubox is not produced nor endorsed by any game producer, distributor nor manufacturer. To date it is the consensus and belief of the multiboxing community that dual-boxing, and multi-boxing, is not a 'ban-able' offense as it requires a human element for gameplay, however many game producers, distributors and manufacturers DO ban multiboxers. While every effort has been made to meet the Terms of Service for the games which Mubox has been tested against, no warranty nor promise is made as to the fitness or legality of the use of Mubox for the purpose of Multiboxing your game of choice. You should ALWAYS consult the Terms of Service (User Agreements) for your preferred games/software/services, and if you are still uncertain you should open a support ticket with the producer to be sure and/or have User Agreements ammended/updated so they are clear.Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex.Please visit the Issue Tracker page and VOTE on Version 1.4 features. User voting will determine how I triage/prioritize new features in Version 1.4, likewise if you want something added but don't see it listed don't hesitate to open a new issue. Even if it seems like it would be a radical departure from how things currently work, it may be that you have a good idea that would benefit a lot of people, and I'm always open to new ideas. Mubox has been in "Maintenance Mode" for roughly 3 months. During this time I have been focusing entirely on bug reports, and the only feature changes which have been made were made solely to address deficits in the current functionality of Mubox (for example Mouse Clone Mode, Client/Server Encryption and Muboxer macro updates. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over ... [More] a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.com [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely. This is an Open-Source (MS-RL) variation of pre-existing closed-source and/or ... [More] proprietary multiplexer emulators such as 'Octopus', 'Multibox', and 'KeyClone' though it makes no attempt to replicate the workflow nor features of these applications. It has been developed independently with a focus on obeying the common Terms of Service for most popular MMOs.'Multiplexers' are hardware devices which replicate keyboard and/or mouse input (Human Input) to multiple machines simultaneously. Mubox attempts to emulate this behavior via software, allowing you to multiplex input from one machine to another over a network without the need to purchase any additional hardware or software. For more information on Hardware Multiplexers you can start by visiting Dual-Boxing.comMubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex.Please visit the Issue Tracker page and VOTE on Version 1.4 features. User voting will determine how I triage/prioritize new features in Version 1.4, likewise if you want something added but don't see it listed don't hesitate to open a new issue. Even if it seems like it would be a radical departure from how things currently work, it may be that you have a good idea that would benefit a lot of people, and I'm always open to new ideas. Mubox has been in "Maintenance Mode" for roughly 3 months. During this time I have been focusing entirely on bug reports, and the only feature changes which have been made were made solely to address deficits in the current functionality of Mubox (for example Mouse Clone Mode, Client/Server Encryption and Muboxer macro updates. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]
Posted over 12 years ago by SEWilson
Mubox is a multiplexer emulator written in C#/.NET utilizing WPF and WinAPI. It offers "Keyboard Multicast", "Mouse Clone" and multiple-clients locally and remotely.Mubox on Facebook - End-User support for Mubox is moving to Facebook, many of you are ... [More] not developers and are unable to participate in discussions, bug reporting, feature requests, and so-on via CodePlex.Please visit the Issue Tracker page and VOTE on Version 1.4 features. User voting will determine how I triage/prioritize new features in Version 1.4, likewise if you want something added but don't see it listed don't hesitate to open a new issue. Even if it seems like it would be a radical departure from how things currently work, it may be that you have a good idea that would benefit a lot of people, and I'm always open to new ideas. Mubox has been in "Maintenance Mode" for roughly 3 months. During this time I have been focusing entirely on bug reports, and the only feature changes which have been made were made solely to address deficits in the current functionality of Mubox (for example Mouse Clone Mode, Client/Server Encryption and Muboxer macro updates. Launch in another window Please visit MrShaunWilson.com where you can find more information about Mubox, and its author.Update: Content is currently being updated and migrated, and eventually the help content on my personal website will be taken offline and replaced entirely by Wiki Pages on CodePlex. Much of the Help Content within Mubox is slightly out of date since Mubox has evolved much faster than the documentation has, thus the Documentation here on CodePlex (if available) will always be more accurate. However, until migration is complete you may still need to visit topics within the Help system within Mubox. A good example is Game Isolation and Mouse Clone. Getting Started Quick Start How To Apply a Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Fix a Bad Patch (only applies to WoW + Game Isolation) Configuration Features Client Switcher Keyboard Multicast Blocked Keys Mouse Clone Mouse Clone Mode Client/Server Encryption SysTray Menu Quick Launch Muboxer Game Isolation Terminology Enjoy! [Less]