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    Windows 7 Gestures with Lilliput Touchscreen?

    Has anyone gotten the native gesture support to work with the lilliput touchscreen?

    I am very interested in getting this to work, i would actually go out and buy another touchkit that was surely supported but since i have an antiglare/sunlight readable lilliput i cant just replace the touchscreen. I can however replace the controller with another 4 wire type (i think)

    Has anyone gone down this road before, i am looking for a little advice

    Thanks in advance
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    Resistive screens are much harder to gesture on, so your letters end up taking up the whole screen. Not sure how that effects win7 gestures.

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    I remember looking into it. When I first installed Win7, my lilliput touchscreen was recognized as a "Pen & Touch" (or something like that) device. But I could never get it calibrated. I would touch one place and the mouse would be somewhere else. Plus I think the x and y axes were mixed up or something. When I installed the lilliput drivers (TouchKit), it wasn't a Pen & Touch device anymore. Briefly tried searching around and found nothing. I'm also interested if there is a solution. It would be great if it did work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csfile View Post
    I remember looking into it. When I first installed Win7, my lilliput touchscreen was recognized as a "Pen & Touch" (or something like that) device. But I could never get it calibrated. I would touch one place and the mouse would be somewhere else. Plus I think the x and y axes were mixed up or something. When I installed the lilliput drivers (TouchKit), it wasn't a Pen & Touch device anymore. Briefly tried searching around and found nothing. I'm also interested if there is a solution. It would be great if it did work.
    i was going to say exactly all of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by csfile View Post
    I remember looking into it. When I first installed Win7, my lilliput touchscreen was recognized as a "Pen & Touch" (or something like that) device. But I could never get it calibrated. I would touch one place and the mouse would be somewhere else. Plus I think the x and y axes were mixed up or something. When I installed the lilliput drivers (TouchKit), it wasn't a Pen & Touch device anymore. Briefly tried searching around and found nothing. I'm also interested if there is a solution. It would be great if it did work.

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    I found a few links you guys might want to check out. I plan on trying some of the suggested things.

    Even though this is for a different touchscreen it references the drivers below and a calibration utility called CalTouch (i couldn't find any drivers by searching "Caltouch")
    http://forum.eeeuser.com/viewtopic.php?id=62029

    HIDUSBTouchDigitizer driver at the bottom
    http://www.tvielectronics.com/Touch_...Downloads.html


    Apparently you need some additional software to calibrate ("CalTouch") if anyone can find this i think this may be the key

    Also this website was helpful

    http://spekxvision.wordpress.com/200...ith-windows-7/

    I think we can find a Windows 7 or Vista Digitizer or tablet driver and then use the caltouch to calibrate and we should be good to go
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    So here is a direct link to drivers listed in the second link above.
    http://shop-on-line.tvielectronics.c...hDigitizer.zip

    I tested these last night by

    uninstalling the current touchkit
    rebooting and verifying that windows has not installed the touchscreen drivers
    then i installed these drivers and i now have the control panel icon "Tablet PC" and i can use "flicks"

    I should mention that i did do this after an upgrade install but it shouldn't make a difference becuase i still had the touchkit application and drivers installed

    Good luck gentlemen
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    Thumbs up CalTouch download

    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter View Post
    Apparently you need some additional software to calibrate ("CalTouch") if anyone can find this i think this may be the key
    Great find! I was looking how to activate the Windows 7 Gestures. From your eeepcuser link, there is now a download available for CalTouch. Are you using that too with the HIDUSBTouchDigitizer?

    CalTouch

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    cooool. will try now.

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    awesome...gotta try this too

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