Yesterday, some of the biggest hurdles that this project faces have been successfully cleared. This includes locking the mouse out of a screen and relocating new windows that open onto it onto a different monitor. I still have to do some tweaking to get the window relocation to work with “modern” Windows Store apps, but I think I already have the missing code I need for that hiding in one of my previous projects that I can bring over.
The next major hurdle is to set up the plugin interfaces, this isn’t really challenging, just something that must be accomplished to proceed. Once the interfaces are ready it’s time to create a couple sample gauges for testing and a WYSIWYG editor to allow users to design the screen.