|TouchRight Utilities: for Windows; Right Click access for Pens and Touchscreens; Version 1.40 Release 3; User's Guide|
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Listed below are settings and information for specific applications that require special actions by TouchRight Utilities, along with the Configuration settings for TouchRight Utilities.
All Settings are the default Settings of TouchRight Utilities.
Registry vs. INI
The default approach is to use the settings in the registry for the current user, i.e. the key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Innovation Management Group\TouchRight Utilities\Settings]. These same settings names are in the TRT.INI file in the [Settings] section. There are also comments and notes in the TRT.INI located in the Installation folder. Note that if the registry entries are not present, the TRT.INI is read, and these settings are the default settings for the current user (assuming that DoNotUseRegistry=0 in the TRT.INI) - the Registry settings for the current user will be used from then on. Registry settings for the current user (or any other user) are NOT removed when TouchRight Utilities is un-installed.
If DoNotUseRegistry=0, then the registry is used for the current user. The INI file is only used for initial settings for a user with no current settings.
If DoNotUseRegistry=1, then the INI file is used (and user must have read/write access to the INI file to access and update the settings in the INI file). This setting is typically used when running from a removable drive, such as a USB drive.
Window is Always on Top if TopMost=1. The TouchRight Utilities window is a normal sizable popup window if TopMost=0. This is the setting for the Always Topmost Window in the Options Menu.
This setting sets system hook to monitor for right-click up event. If SingleClick=1, then the right-click up event triggers TouchRight Utilities to automatically return to left-click. If SingleClick=0, then user must manually click on TouchRight Utilities window to return to the left-click mode of operation. This is the setting for the Single Right-Click Only in the Options Menu.
OpenPositionX and OpenPositionY indicate where on screen TouchRight window should Open - X & Y indicate Top Left Corner. Default is center of screen. 0 indicates use default. Therefore, window cannot open at position 0,0 - use -1,-1 or 1,1
OpenWidth and OpenHeight indicate size of window. Default window is about 100 x 100. 0 indicates use default. Do not use values below 20.
This is an INI setting only (not accessible via the product / user interface - Also, it is not present in the Registry unless manually created). The Operator setting affects the menu available to the user. If Operator=0, then the full menu is available, and all options, including restarting windows, etc. are included. If Operator=1, then no menu is available to the user. This setting is for controlled situations where the user is considered an operator, not an administrator.
The ShowTitleBar will change the window style when creating the window. If ShowTitleBar=1, then the window style will be created with a titlebar and close button. If ShowTitleBar=0, then the window will be a sizeable popup window with no title bar or other window decorations. This is the setting for the Show Window Title bar in the Options Menu.
If this setting is included, it will establish the default setting for the visibility of the taskbar icon in the tray (next to clock). If ShowTaskbarIcon=0, there will be no icon shown. If ShowTaskbarIcon=1, the icon will be shown in the tray, and the menu will be accessible from this icon. This is the setting for the Show Taskbar Icon in the Options Menu.
If this setting is included, it will establish the default setting for the visibility of the window. If HideUntilTaskbar=0, operation will be normal. If HideUntilTaskbar=1, the TouchRight Utilities window will be hidden until the Taskbar obtains the input focus (i.e. it is clicked). This is the setting for the Hide until Taskbar Active.
If this setting is included, it will establish the default setting for the visibility of the menu indicator in the TouchRight Utilities window. If HideMenuUntilResized=0, the menu will be visible, and a click in the bottom third will open the menu. If HideMenuUntilResized=1, the menu will not be shown, and the full window will handle the left/right toggle, until the TouchRight Utilities window is resized. This is the setting for the Clear Menu until Resized.