No - all software released by IMG is considered to be Windows applications, and operates above the hardware drivers - there is no possibility of conflict. "Joystick-To-Mouse" is more like a real-time macro program - it takes joystick action messages within Windows and converts them to the appropriate mouse movement actions.
The only issue in Windows are Windows based games & games that uses the joystick directly. In general, games are written from the viewpoint that you are using your computer for the game, and any other process or task is not available. Technologies like DirectX from Microsoft ensure that a cooperative multi-tasking environment is no longer available. Primarily JTM is intended to work with non-games, i.e. Internet browsers, working with documents, games like 'Solitaire', etc., etc. - anywhere you would use the mouse, you can now use your joystick.
Original ID: QC101284
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