Thursday, February 4, 2010

CinemaDrape lets you concentrate on particular applications

If you want to focus on your current task such as a video in a web page, a photo or a document editor area on the screen, simply go with the CinemaDrape. Using this unique application, you can concentrate on your current task on the screen just by blanking or dimming the other applications instantly. Therefore, you can differentiate the applications in the background windows.
If you want to use this CinemaDrape, just move your mouse over the area you want to focus on and choose or press the own shortcut keys to focus on the selected area. Moreover, using this application you can move or resize the focus area just by using the mouse or arrow keys on the Keyboard. If you want to customize, you can do it for color or opacity. This application is compatible with the Windows XP Operating System, Windows Vista Operating System and the Windows 7 Operating System.



Important Features
•    CinemaDrape application is easy to start.
•    You can do it just by moving your mouse over the area you want to focus on and press Ctrl+F12 (or your own favorite custom keyboard combination).
•    You can use this application with any Web browser or in any other program you are using.
•    You can easily close this application, just by pressing Esc or selecting Quit from the context menu.
•    It is possible to move or resize the focus area using the mouse or arrow keys.
•    It is possible to change the color or opacity of the drape that covers the less important screen areas.
•    If you want, you can easily save your favorite focus areas for future use.
•    CinemaDrape doesn’t need memory when the drape is not active and no extra tray icon.

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