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SmartClick Advanced Notes
IMPORTANT: These notes are intended for the extremely advanced and technical user and/or System Administrator. There is absolutely no need for the end-user of SmartClick to read these notes.
The mouse input control & hardware event generation is handled by the same technology that runs SmartClick's My-T-Soft family (including OnScreen My-T-Touch, My-T-Pen, and the original on-screen keyboard for windows, My-T-Mouse), Joystick-To-Mouse, Macrobat, and RJ Cooper's CrossScanner.
The SmartClick palette is a topmost window, and should operate as intended with all normal windows applications. The SmartClick palette may go behind other topmost windows such as OnScreen, or other on-screen windows. If necessary, position the SmartClick palette in such a way that any conflict is minimized.
For trainers and general users, the SmartClick palette may be clicked on and operate with single mouse left clicks (in addition to the dwell capability). By clicking on borders (non-icon areas), SmartClick can be moved (in addition to the move icon).
Swapping mouse buttons in the Window Control Panel will not greatly affect SmartClick. Left clicks mean the main mouse button, and right-clicks means the secondary, or context selection mouse button.