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    Gopher360 provides basic joystick support for games that otherwise only have mouse support. There are other joystick to mouse apps, however they are also for general desktop usage and have a virtual keyboard which are not needed in PC games.
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    I've used everything so far that's been mentioned.

    Want to add as appointment scheduling solution (it's literally all I used to use for me and the team). Some of these tools are completely free. It helps streamline and organize the booking process by providing a centralized platform where all appointments are logged, allowing service providers to easily view and manage their schedules.
    Last edited by Gorion; 11th-June-2023 at 12:45.

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