Simulate the effect of a finger touching the LCD screen on your Windows computer

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  1. A pretty effect but, after about an hour or so, it started to freeze up programs it was focused on, Firefox being the worst. It took me a little while to realise that Liquid Click was responsible as the effect was not immediate. After Firefox froze for the second time I attempted to restart it and it took well over 10 minutes to reload (I finished a book while waiting for it). As soon as I disabled Liquid Click everything went back to normal.
    As with any problem like this it could just be a consequence of my computer set-up (Win7 HP x64 with around 200 applications/programs installed) rather than any reflection on the quality of the program itself, YMMV.
    roger.

  2. This application is similar to the touch!
    Since we know a little of everything.
    Works fine.

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