What are the TouchRight Utilities?
TouchRight is a simple on-screen Button that switches the active input, on any pen or touch device, from the Left (Mouse) Button function to the Right (Mouse) Button function. A single touch of the button swaps the active input from the left button to the right button, another touch swaps the input back. TouchRight provides easy access to any right mouse button "drop down windows" and "properties panels" in Windows and Windows applications, and can be sized or moved anywhere on the screen, at any time. The buttons surface has a graphic design of a mouse on it. Its left or right mouse button "lights up" to show the active status. Additional Utilities include the ability to hide until required, automatic return to Left-Click after a single Right-Click, and Shutdown, Exit, Reboot system functions.
What is the difference between the regular version and the LS version?
Nothing, except the type of support offered by IMG. Both versions deliver the same software, but IMG will not field any technical support or product support questions for the LS version once the product is installed. The LS Version is IMG's response to those customers who felt the price was too expensive - of course, they never had to answer questions like: What is a touchscreen? Does this turn my monitor into a touchscreen? How do I get the program to run when I boot up my system? For sophisticated Windows users who do not need any type of technical assistance, the LS version is a great option.
What kind of pointing devices will TouchRight work with?
Any industrial, commercial, or retail pen or touch input device (light pen, LCD touchpad, InfraRed pen, touchscreen, wand, wireless pen, etc) that connects to the serial or PS2 port!
What kind of computer will TouchRight run on?
Any PC Compatible computer capable of running Windows.
What operating system do I need?
Windows 3x, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
What kind of software will TouchRight work with?
Any software that runs under Windows
How can TouchRight work with all pointing devices and applications?
TouchRight is written at the same level as Windows. That means it runs above the pointing device and graphics drivers (it lets the device drivers do their job without creating conflicts) and runs below Windows applications, so it doesn't compete with them (unlike buttons or panels, created in Visual Basic or other high level application development tools, which are sensitive to any changes in pointing devices or graphic cards and usually conflict with any application other than the one for which they were developed).
What resolution will TouchRight work in?
TouchRight supports all resolutions.
How can I position (or resize) the TouchRight Window?
TouchRight is a sizable window with a thick frame - simply click & drag the border to the size & screen location desired. There is no way to drag the "whole" window, so any arbitrary screen position will require 2 click & drag operations. Click on the Menu button area, then select Save Position to lock in the current location after TouchRight is positioned and sized as desired.
Can I use parts of TouchRight in my own custom application or project?
Yes, although TouchRight can be run easily from it's control panel and setup menu, many corporate, commercial, government, and industrial clients have integrated TouchRight into their business and manufacturing environments.
Where is TouchRight most often used?
In ATM's, Computer Automated Manufacturing, Data Acquisition, Home Automation, Human Machine Interface (formerly Man Machine Interface), Industrial Automation, Instrumentation, Kiosks, Process Control, Shop Floor Control, Simulators, and (interactive) Whiteboards. Anywhere there’s a pen or touch based input device being used in a Windows environment.
How do I know TouchRight will work for me?
Download our demo. IMG's demos are actually full working copies of the product. The demo has a built in timer that shuts down the program in about an hour without saving any settings (you can restart it by double-clicking on the program's Icon).
What about technical support and program updates?
IMG has been providing onscreen keyboards and pointing device utilities since 1993. A large part of our business is in developing utilities that are ultimately bundled by pointing devices manufacturers under their own name. With international distribution on every continent, IMG's products are used by consumers, corporations, commercial and industrial manufacturers, educational institutions, and government agencies worldwide. This means quality products, with quality support, and timely updates.