Windows 64

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Is anyone using their TS on Window 64? Does it work because it emulates a standard mouse and keyboard USB device or does it need a diver?
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From what I recall of the discussions on the old forum, the keyboard worked fine for typing, mousing and gesturing.

The problem was that you couldn't run the Multitouch Utilities/MyGesture Editor, so you couldn't upgrade the firmware nor could you edit your layout/gestures and upload them to the keyboard.
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Max wrote:Is anyone using their TS on Window 64? Does it work because it emulates a standard mouse and keyboard USB device or does it need a diver?
Nomaded, thanks for the information. That sounds like good news (at least the product can be used). Also apologies for my terrible typos in the original post. Must be having a bad day typing on my TS.
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Yes, I suspect that's true. The utils don't work on 64-bit Linux, anyway, but you'll definitely be able to use it as a mouse and keyboard.

All you need is enough access to another computer to configure the keyboard.
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