View Full Version : any way to program the lower left hotkey?
06-14-2007, 03:29 AM
1) Is there any way to program the lower left hotkey?
2) I thought that when I first received the tablet, before it definitively crashed (around 2 years ago, probably), I remembered the right click hotkey working. Now it does not work. Does anyone have any info about regaining this function?
3) Regarding my non-working wireless card. What cards are users having success with?
Thanks as always...
quote:I remembered the right click hotkey working. Now it does not work.
Just in case...
My machine's hotpads are misaligned - I must touch at the extreme bottom, against the housing.
06-15-2007, 01:41 AM
No one I've heard of has ever been able to get that programmable icon to work and many have tryed. I have the files you need to start with, but unless you know how to program they won't do you much good.
I've ran a handful of B and G wireless cards on my ST3400, all worked fine. Have you tryed another card in the PCMCIA slot to make sure the slot is working?
The right click icon not working is usually related to not installing all or installing the Fujitsu drivers in the wrong order. BCWs comment about the hotpads being misaligned is often true.
06-15-2007, 08:27 AM
This is a program I use that generates a right click when you hold your pen down. I like it a lot better than Fujitsu's right click icon anyway.
06-15-2007, 08:37 AM
I've been using the SoftRightClick. Works like a charm.
06-30-2007, 04:06 AM
I know autoHotKey for a long while, using it every day to make f.i. tia into Thanks in advance etc (100 mails a day? I stopped counting long ago). But I never thought [eureka] of THIS.
Jerry (and Northern_Rebel) just made a lot of my days ...
... been wasted for nothing [cry] in a long quest for the optimum music library frontend:
I have been playing with loads of music player frontends in the past on my stylistic 3400, both win and linux.
In the end, they were all not very easy to use, because they either rely on double clicks, right clicks, or are just crap - sorry. Those "optimized" for touch screens were plainly ugly, and wasting precious screen acreage (800x600 is not very much... how could I work with that for years under windows 3.x and even 95? Good old times...), or were incredibly slow with > 2000 songs.
Now, I think mexp.dk is worth a look at if you want a nice looking, slim frontend for your mp3 library, that is truly fast on large libraries. Though it is kinda "dead" for months already.
But now with softrightclick, it is a charm.
JERRY & Northern_Rebel: THANKS! [thumbsup]
06-30-2007, 07:46 AM
Jerry gets the thanks, I just passed the info. I have several AutoHotKey apps and they're great. One day I'm going to have to learn to make my own. I did make a simple one that rotated the screen with an icon, but 2 lines isn't programing...lol.
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