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Securing My-T-Touch / My-T-Pen / My-T-Soft for controlled applications
My-T-Touch used as an example
( 1) Configure My-T-Touch with the proper Panels open & set the appropriate size.
( 2) Make sure the Control Panel is NOT open, and that if you are using the Macro Panels, that no accessible link can lead to other applications.
( 3) Position My-T-Touch where desired, and then select from the My-T-Touch Menu: Current Settings, Save Current Settings and Position, Save Current Position.
( 4) Close My-T-Touch.
( 5) Open My-T-Touch Setup. Select Configuration, Special, & Check On Enable Operator Security. In 1.42, you can also disable minimize, and enable the Custom Logo (See Custom Logo below). You may also wish to turn off Action Button Move (My-T-Touch Setup | Configuration | Operation Options) to prevent repositioning of My-T-Touch if important for your application.
( 6) Use Show & Hide Keys to eliminate any potential troublesome keys if keyboard panel is used (e.g. Ctrl, Alt, Function keys, etc.).
( 7) Review Mouse Buttons to make sure 2nd or 3rd button (if applicable) are set properly, or set to Ignore Button Press.
( 8) Close My-T-Touch Setup.
( 9) Configure system for My-T-Touch launch, e.g. Windows StartUp group, MS Access Shell command, WinExec, CreateProcess, etc.
(10) You may wish to remove My-T-Touch Setup entirely, or place in secure directory, or set file attributes (check with network / system administrator). Note: A password will be required to enter My-T-Touch Setup, and this may be secure enough for some applications.
(11) My-T-Touch Repositioning, My-T-Touch reactions to other Windows, other special features: In general, you will want to make Contention=0 instead of Contention=1. You may need to review Advanced User Notes in Help for coverage of Initialization file settings, such as Contention, MyTClass????, etc.