Rqyteqto wrote:I figure if I could get two iGestures working like one TS, it would be almost as good.
Rqyteqto wrote:get two iGestures working like one TS, it would be almost as good.
As best I can tell, the boards are all functionally similar, except for the size and number.
rolfwind wrote:Anybody know if thin transparencies on top of the pad still let this thing work?
I agree. If you're clever enough to feel at home with the raw XML configuration file behind the FW software, you could probably do pretty good magic right there. The software lets us configure the surfaces easily, but if one thoroughly understands the XML then all you need is Notepad and you only need the FW software to upload the XML to the device.There is no question one can reprogram the various keys laid out anyway you want.
Rqyteqto wrote:So I take it if the 'xcenter' and 'ycenter' or the 'xradius' is not defined, its value defaults to zero (or '1' in the case of 'xradius')
I also assume the units are not related to any measurement system, but are essentially "fingers" or perhaps "touches", a measurement unique to MultiTouch boards and relate to the board itself
Are they fixed units, ie - 1 touch is the same for all products or are they relative, with the same number of units for each board.
What's the resolution available? Can one specify .01 touches? Or .001?
I also take it 0,0 is at the bottom left corner for right hand pads and the bottom right hand corner for all else.
I like the contribution idea and I will insert my own Question for fingerfans FITB.TorbenGB wrote:I've started this page: http://fingerfans.dreamhosters.com/bin/view/Main/XmlManual
and I would like everybody's help to complete it.
Set RELEASEEDITLOCKCHECKBOX = checked="checked"
Set DONTNOTIFYCHECKBOX = checked="checked"
Ivan, you're on the right track. When people VIEW a page, nothing is locked. When somebody clicks the EDIT link, that page is locked from others for 60 minutes. Then it automatically unlocks again. One can choose to open the lock earlier by ticking the "unlock" checkbox before clicking the SAVE button. That's all there is to it.ivanw wrote:I am not sure if locks apply starting with the first preview
Wait! These checkboxes are there for a reason: to make sure nothing is lost.ivanw wrote:The price to pay is that concurrent editing is not prevented!
It's simple, really. Think of the lightswitch to your bathroom: if it's on, it's occupied. So remember to switch it off when you're done = remember to unlock the page when you're done editing BUT NO SOONER.ivanw wrote:I woul like to read from anyone who has some practical advice on the subject
There is no lock indication until you try to edit. When you click EDIT, you either get to the edit mode or you will be told that "user X has locked the page for editing, and it will be unlocked in X minutes". Most of the time you'll only want to view-not-edit anyway, so this is less clutter on the screen. Also, consider if 2 people view a page and then one decides to edit: the other wouldn't see a lock anyway.ivanw wrote:sign indicating someone is currently editing the page I was about to modify
<EventMacro macro_name=" B " lib="user" user_selectable="false">
<KeyEvent keyCode="B" driverContext=" qwerty qwack" />
<KeyEvent keyCode=";" driverContext=" qwerak" />
<KeyEvent keyCode="X" driverContext=" dvorak" />
<KeyEvent keyCode="B" duration="50" />
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