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Application Notes

THE FOLLOWING ARE SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS IN WHICH My-T-Pen DOES

NOT NEED SPECIAL SETTINGS BUT IN WHICH My-T-Pen REQUIRES

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION

Note: Because of the general improvement by Microsoft & other Windows developers, this list has not been updated since the original releases. It remains here as an appropriate place if there are any specific applications that require additional notes when operating with My-T-Pen.

Dashboard for Windows

Publisher: Hewlett-Packard

Version: 2.0

Dashboard can cause some painting problems when My-T-Pen is

launched from a Layout due to the way Dashboard positions

opening windows. We suggest you set My-T-Pen to open as a

Normal Window, and position Dashboard away from the center of

the screen.

MS-DOS Window

Publisher: Microsoft

Version: Windows 3.0,3.1

My-T-Pen will not work with a Full Screen DOS application.

My-T-Pen will work with a DOS application in a DOS Window.

There are a few items that should be noted when using My-T-Pen

with a DOS Window. You may want to use a PIF file for operating

a DOS Application in a DOS Window.

  1. Keystroke Macros MUST BE ENTERED IN LOWER CASE.

  2. If the arrow or edit keys do not respond properly, turn the Num Lock off.

Paintbrush, Solitaire, Reversi

Publisher: Microsoft

Version: Windows 3.0,3.1

The edit keys are used by these applications to move the cursor.

Using the arrows, etc. on My-T-Pen will move the Cursor onto the

Application, moving the cursor off My-T-Pen, resulting in a very

short usefulness of My-T-Pen.

PC Tools for Windows

Publisher: Central Point

Version: 1.x, 2.0

When My-T-Pen is minimized to a button, the My-T-Pen button

display can obscure some of the PC Tools windows. Set

CaptionWatch=1 in the MYTPEN.INI file to alleviate any

interference.

PIF Editor

Publisher: Microsoft

Version: Windows 3.0,3.1

If you have built an Application Short-Cut key with the PIF

Editor, it will not respond in all cases to the Short-Cut if

typed on My-T-Pen.

Recorder

Publisher: Microsoft

Version: Windows 3.0,3.1

When working with My-T-Pen & Recorder - make sure that

My-T-Pen does not obscure any window you will be working with

and you may NOT start a macro with a keyboard short-cut from

My-T-Pen.

Either start the macro from Recorder or try to remember where you

left your keyboard and use the keyboard short-cut.

Windows Tutorial - (WINTUTOR.EXE)

Publisher: Microsoft

Version: Windows 3.1

My-T-Pen hides behind the Windows Tutorial except in a few cases,

and these may be confusing to new users. New users should run the

tutorial without My-T-Pen, and learn the Windows Concepts before

using My-T-Pen.

Acrobat Reader (ACROREAD.EXE)

Publisher: Adobe

Version: All

When viewing documents as full screen, Acrobat will destroy the

Keyboard display on My-T-Pen. This is due to improper windows

application operation within Acrobat. Keep My-T-Pen minimized,

or do not use Acrobat in this fashion.


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