0.2.2 BETA works like a charm on:- vista business- OneNote 2007- Powerpoint 2007- Hand writing recognitionThe right click function is very useful and easy to use.On a regular basis I give presentations and workshops. There is a need to switch from Powerpoint to some other program and back. This must be done through ALT-TAB.REQ: ALT-TAB FUNCTION2-clickable areas. Mouse click on one area (preferably in the same form as right click) toggles ALT-TAB (with alt continued to be pressed), clicking more on this are triggers an TAB. Clicking on the other area releases the TAB.or,3-clickable ares. Same as above, but with the 3th area providing SHIFT-TAB.To make it really nice. A check mark will turn the ALT into Windows-key.Kind regardsStefan van Aalst
BoonjinCan you make the Wiimote Keys programable too?Benpaddlejones :-)
Hi Stefan,Thanks for the invaluable feedback!I have already successfully implemented the customizable toggles which triggers when the user 'click's outside the screen area. The current options are, Mouse Click - Right Click , Double ClickKeyboard Presses - 3 key combinations (e.g. ALT+TAB and CTRL+C)Launching Files/Applications - any files can be launched (movie files,JPEG, EXE, batch files, custom made applications)I have just tested the application with the ALT+TAB and it works. However, currently I have not added a hold feature. I will try to do this feature, as my current priority is the ease of use. The user interface now is abit messy and have some bugs. This is due to the complexity of the user settings required. Once I am satisfied with this, I will release it for testing.Quote from: benpaddlejones on June 23, 2008, 09:05:12 PMBoonjinCan you make the Wiimote Keys programable too?Benpaddlejones :-)Ben,Since the application already supports programmable settings, I think it won't be difficult to add this feature. I might add this in the next version.Thanks for all your suggestions!Regards,Boon Jin
It is excellent. you done a great job to improve the Wiimote Whiteboard.But when I use evernote evernote.com, to draw a line and then start another line, it links back to the original one.evernote is a freeware for note taking, including text recognition and some other functions that I use a lot in my tablet PC. but it seems it doesn't work with Wiimote Whiteboard. could you help to figure out how can I make it work properly?Thanks so much
no, the 0.1 version is also don't work. but I found the version 0.1 is more powerful than the 0.2, it is surprise.
you will see a T/G logo on top left of each note, click it and you can change from text edit mode to drawing mode. Thanks for you kind help.
Awsome!It's school holidays & I'm doing a drive by school tomorrow to pickup my wiimote to test, so look forward to it.Ben :-)