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[Jem]

Jem is an easy to use GUI front-end for the synergy client. I wrote it because I was having a hard time getting SynergyKM to run as a client and connect to a server on a WinXP machine. However, running the synergy client from the command line worked just fine so Jem was created as an easy way for me to configure the synergy client once and then easily start it when I needed it.

.:Requirements:.
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or better.
Another computer running the synergy server on your local network along with some way of connecting to that other computer.

.:Download:.
Jem.zip

.:History:.
[28 May 2007 - v1.0]
Initial release.

.:Screenshots:.
Jem screenshot