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Yes I mean the functionality already present in the system tray dialog. It would make it easier for users to use software supported by eye trackers. (Turn on the eye tracker in case it isn’t on already). Now I have to prompt users to first turn it on before using the program. Especially when having a full screen application it can be confusing.
The powershell workaround doesn’t really work for me, the eyetracker doesn’t automatically turn on when you re-enable the Tobii Windows Service. So I can shut it down but can’t get it to turn back on programmatically.
As @chrisschaefer said, the rest of the api works very well. It seems like a basic function so I wonder why it isn’t there by default.