Patanjali wrote:I have the Dell ST220T
Patanjali wrote:...when laying the monitor towards the horizontal (the only way to really use a touch screen without strain)
Patanjali wrote:Note that Win 7 allows only one multi-touch monitor as standard, and it must be the primary monitor.
Home Studio 87 wrote:yes for now you have to choose "low resolution" to have an "easy touch" with your fingers !
Home Studio 87 wrote:but a simple "zoom function" on the "touched surface" will be great like a the "eyoControl" for ipad do !
see the attachment
Connections Analog (VGA), Digital (HDMI + DVI with HDCP), USB for Touch function
Out of the box, Win 7 only allows ONE touch screen mopnitor AND it MUST be the primary.
Patanjali wrote:Cubase has that problem with the buttons on the mixers, bit not the sliders, though it will eventually get it if one hold one's tongue in a certain way. MYOB just does not 'see' touches to the buttons on their self-designed windows, even though they have no problems responding to mouse clicks on them.
Patanjali wrote:Strangest of the strange. Win7 can actually handle multiple (well, at least two) touchscreens.
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