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Thread: "Transflective" LCD panel with res touch+controler for $101+$36 S+H

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    Quote Originally Posted by rray View Post
    Mine does the same thing, and I was replied that some boards were built upside down. I am only able to use the 4 inner buttons, programed upside down because of this issue. Also, I cannot program the color I want, blue. I had tried to get a schematic from Derrick, so I could fix mine, but he never replied, so when he posted boards were available a couple weeks ago, I ordered one in hopes I get a properly built button board this time.

    I don't care about the cost, I just want one that works correctly so I can finish off my box.
    I remember I did reply you several times, didn`t you get the email? if there is still problems, please let me know and we will fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rray View Post
    You might like this resistive screen. It is really sensitive, and if you calibrate with a stylus, very accurate. When using a finger to navigate a front end, it's just fine. I use my fingers with Driveline, and response is instant without using any pressure, just like a capicitive screen. But unlike a capicitive screen, you can use the stylus in windows to touch those tiny file icons, where a capicitive screen would be more finicky because your fingertip covers 4 or 5 icons at a time if using a minimal working windows 8 resolution.

    That aside, I would like to have a multitouch driver for this screen so I could slide screens in windows 8. The current driver acts like a mouse pointer instead of a multi touch screen.
    Thanks for sharing

    correct. resistive is more accurate. another reason we keep this resistive version is because it can work under cold environment.

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    Replacement Controller and back-light for my screen are in, and working nicely!
    thanks Derrick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rray View Post
    You might like this resistive screen. It is really sensitive, and if you calibrate with a stylus, very accurate. When using a finger to navigate a front end, it's just fine. I use my fingers with Driveline, and response is instant without using any pressure, just like a capicitive screen. But unlike a capicitive screen, you can use the stylus in windows to touch those tiny file icons, where a capicitive screen would be more finicky because your fingertip covers 4 or 5 icons at a time if using a minimal working windows 8 resolution.

    That aside, I would like to have a multitouch driver for this screen so I could slide screens in windows 8. The current driver acts like a mouse pointer instead of a multi touch screen.
    You can't make a resistive touch screen into a multi touch by changing drivers.

    There are some 2 point "multi" touch resistive panels out there, but the y are poor quality. Think 39.99 ebay 7" android.

    Only a panel that was made to be touch simultaneously with 2 or more fingers can operate that way.

    The resistve panel is more accurate, however they are cheap, reflective, back light blocking and easily scratched. Not to mention debris or pressure can set off false touches.

    Derrick uses them because the LCD's he has stock piled came with them from the factory. Not that this is bad, but just pointing out why he uses them over something better.

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    Took delivery of a 2DIN IN DASH 7" Samsung HDMI version today with button bar, Is there a manual or anything anywhere for this?

    Didn't notice where the HDMI would get connected. Also several other usb and other miscellaneous cables are included which i don't know what to do with..

    It arrived quick and looks very nice, just a little intimidating or maybe confusing not having any sort of literature to figure out what goes where
    Last edited by James39; 02-11-2013 at 10:35 AM.

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    At work so can' t help till later, but the wirind diagram is a photo on their ebay site, and starting on page 137 of this topic the info starts being posted.

    Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by rray View Post
    At work so can' t help till later, but the wirind diagram is a photo on their ebay site, and starting on page 137 of this topic the info starts being posted.

    Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 2
    Cool, I'll start there. I saw pics of the HDMI version of this in a few posts (I think one was yours), and I'm starting to think I was sent the VGA version. There's nowhere to plug in an HDMI connector no matter what cables I use

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    Did you pay 158.00 or 195.00 The vga is 158 the hdmi is 195 SNO

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    Did you pay 158.00 or 195.00 The vga is 158 the hdmi is 195 SNO
    I paid the 195 - and it's much more obvious after checking out rrays build that I got the VGA version.

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