We have created a new "WCREMAP.EXE" - WordComplete REMAP program, and it should be implemented into OnScreen as follows:
Save (or copy) the WCREMAP.EXE into the \WINDOWS\ONSCREEN folder (\WINNT\ONSCREEN) - should be the same folder as ONSCREEN.EXE
1) Make sure the Advanced option is set under OnScreen Setup | User Options
2) Go into Appearance | Key Options
3) Use the Key drop down to select a key to override
4) Select the appropriate function key for the 1st WordComplete button (Top to Bottom)
5) Click on Disable Keystroke (you do not want to send the function key keystroke - this will undoubtedly cause different problems in different situations)
6) Click on Launch Key Executable.
7) Browse and select the WCREMAP.EXE file (e.g. C:\WINDOWS\ONSCREEN\WCREMAP.EXE)
8) Add a command line for which button to trigger ( b:1)
9) Repeat steps 4-8 for the remaining word complete buttons (Hint: Copy the command line, then paste and adjust the b:1 to b:2, b:3, b:4, b:5 as necessary).
WCREMAP REQUIRES a command line, and it must be of the form: WCREMAP.EXE b:? or WCREMAP.EXE B:? where the ? is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. Any other command line will generate a sound, and WCREMAP will close, with no other action.
This is included in the Developer's Kit.
Original ID: QB253514
|Category: Basic Configuration||Type: Question/Answer||Product: OnScreen|