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    right click button for lilliput touchscreen

    I dont see the touchtray application with the new drivers from egalax (version 4.0.0.1103 ) I cant go back to old drivers as they dont find controller. Can somebody help me with getting right button mode with the new driver set?

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    I know this thread is old, but if you havn't fixed it yet, try holding your finger on the screen for 3 seconds. If I remember other threads correctly, this should activate the right click button. I havn't installed these drivers yet though so I'm not positive. Can anyone second me? I'm gonna try these out when I get a chance. I'm trying to get rid of the "out of range" error at startup. Maybe they will help, or maybe not. We'll see.
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    yep, that is correct. When you touch the screen for three seconds en lift your finger after that the "right click menu" pops up.

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    Sweet. I never knew that. I had been using my damn gyro mouse to right click.
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    Well, that's a useful hidden feature. Much more useful than the annoying right click applet.
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    That's a feature I always disable on mine! You're trying to bring the volume down or scan through a track, and after 3 seconds it right-clicks - your volume stays still, and if you're scanning through a track it invariably moves onto the next track!


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    Question

    So where can I get this new driver from?
    And does it work? I have read a few posts where people had problems.

    I tried the Newision site, but got the same as my existing version & the egalax link is inactive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confused
    That's a feature I always disable on mine! You're trying to bring the volume down or scan through a track, and after 3 seconds it right-clicks - your volume stays still, and if you're scanning through a track it invariably moves onto the next track!
    I agree with you..

    I know this thread is old, but ..
    the "annoying" right click applet don't work with eGalax v.4.x

    this applet is very useful..
    but don't work anymore (with drivers eGalax 4.x)

    let me know, if another application like that, exist

    btw: www.egalax.com

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