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accepted Using touch input to simulate mouse/digitizer input on Windows
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comment Using touch input to simulate mouse/digitizer input on Windows
Also, thanks for the extra info on logo requirements. I plan on getting a Win8 tablet when they start coming out, so I'll make sure to look for that. I realize that an active digitizer is best for my use case, but with what I've got, I have to choose between a capacitive stylus and an old Wacom Graphire that I happen to have lying around (which I used for my first tutoring session, and it's also a pain to write with).
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comment Using touch input to simulate mouse/digitizer input on Windows
I feel a little silly that the word "panning" was likely what kept me from finding it. Thanks for the hint about the Windows 8 registry -- you're right, there doesn't seem to be an exposed UI to disable panning. For reference, the registry key is HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Wisp -> Touch -> PanningDisabled which should be set to 1. Once this is set, Chrome and Firefox will allow me to draw correctly using a capacitive stylus. Interestingly enough, IE and the rest of the system still pan normally, which I suppose is actually even better for my case.
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asked Using touch input to simulate mouse/digitizer input on Windows
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comment What's the fastest and automatic way to transfer 2GB of data between 2 PCs every night?
With robocopy, the /mt flag will use multiple threads for copying, significantly lowering the copy time. At work, we regularly copy much, much larger sets of data with many more files, and robocopy is our tool of choice, especially with /mt.