Xenarc Support <email@example.com> wrote:
We do not have any experience with these drivers in XP Embedded. We will
have to contact the touch driver manufacturer to see if they can help. We
will forward the information to you shortly.
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 3:16 PM
Subject: Re: EdgeInfo
Unfortunately, the config utility for XPe is not part of your instructions.
I can build the driver add it to the Target Designer and it works on the
build. It's just not calibrated. Can you provide me more variable info for
the inf file so I can edit it with the necessary variables to read the
From: "Xenarc Support"
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 14:56:52
Subject: RE: EdgeInfo
Have you tried calibrating the touch screen after installing the drivers?
Start the Touchkit Configure Utility (Start -> All Programs -> Touchkit ->
Configure Utility). Highlight the USB device in the Active Panel window,
then click Calibration (or 4-pt. Cal.). Press and hold the blinking X until
you hear the computer beep. Release the X and it should reappear in the
next corner. Repeat on 4 corners.
The Edge compensation allows you to make adjustments in the calibration that
will make it easier for you to move the cursor closer to the edges of the
monitor. More info can be found in the documentation found on the driver
Sent: Monday, January 16, 2006 3:29 PM
I've been diligantly trying to build a driver component for your 700IDT
Touch Screen Driver. I downloaded the drivers and followed the instructions
but the touch and mouse seem to always be off and opposite of what it should
be. Can you provide more information as to what the EdgeInfo parameters
suggest. Are these supposed to represent pixels, etc.? If you can
re-direct me to stronger information, I'd greatly appreciate it!
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