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« #60 : July 13, 2008, 08:23:06 AM »

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Only 1 (don't actually own a Nitendo Wii). My natural whiteboard style never has a problem with only 1 Wiimote. I know primary teachers have more of a problem as students use the whiteboard more and they tend to block the wiimote.

I will try to borrow one of a friend to test but may take a few days.

Benpaddlejones :-)

Hm...other than the multiple wiimotes support, the difference with the older version is the partial screen calibration. It will only be useful in certain situations. :)

I havecompleted the documentations for the Wiimote Smooth Board 0.2

You can go to my website: http://www.boonjin.com/wp/2008/07/13/wiimote-smooth-board-02-beta
or go to the Wiimote Smooth Board thread: http://www.wiimoteproject.com/wiimote-whiteboard/wiimote-smooth-board-0-1-beta/

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« #61 : July 14, 2008, 09:29:29 AM »

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Firstly: BRILLIANT!!!

Love the partial screen tracking area, really cool for primary teachers who want to limit to a specific application. The option for cursor motion is also awesome, again something I know primary teachers use in several applications that require mouse over to bring up tags and speech bubbles.

Will have to wait until next term to run in class and really preasure test.

The only addition I can see is change Miscellaneous to "Cursor Control" then have the following options:
a) Left Click
b) Right Click
c) Double Click
d) Cursor Motion only
e) No cursor Control
The 'Right Click' Toggle area button & 'Cursor Control' from the main window can be moved here and the option to create a toggle area for any of these 5 options offered (or perhaps a Click toolbar that floats over everything and has all five options). This will just give more freedom for users to personalise.

The "Toggle Area to Switch Mode" may want better labeling too. So it is clearer what it does.

I look forward to seeing with presentor option & minimise to tray too. This will be the last of the 'productivity' gains I can think off. When I first threw my the right click idea out in the forum about two months ago, and you ran with it, I had no idea that the software would evolve to this standard.

Leaving only for connectivity issues to be resolved. Have you looked at Thex's or Uwe's connection tools to see if anything you can port?

Benpaddlejones :-)


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« #62 : July 14, 2008, 10:35:13 AM »

Boonjin
Firstly: BRILLIANT!!!

Love the partial screen tracking area, really cool for primary teachers who want to limit to a specific application. The option for cursor motion is also awesome, again something I know primary teachers use in several applications that require mouse over to bring up tags and speech bubbles.

Will have to wait until next term to run in class and really preasure test.

The only addition I can see is change Miscellaneous to "Cursor Control" then have the following options:
a) Left Click
b) Right Click
c) Double Click
d) Cursor Motion only
e) No cursor Control
The 'Right Click' Toggle area button & 'Cursor Control' from the main window can be moved here and the option to create a toggle area for any of these 5 options offered (or perhaps a Click toolbar that floats over everything and has all five options). This will just give more freedom for users to personalise.

The "Toggle Area to Switch Mode" may want better labeling too. So it is clearer what it does.

I look forward to seeing with presentor option & minimise to tray too. This will be the last of the 'productivity' gains I can think off. When I first threw my the right click idea out in the forum about two months ago, and you ran with it, I had no idea that the software would evolve to this standard.

Leaving only for connectivity issues to be resolved. Have you looked at Thex's or Uwe's connection tools to see if anything you can port?

Benpaddlejones :-)

Thanks for the feedback!
I have replied to your suggestions at the Wiimote Smooth Board thread:
http://www.wiimoteproject.com/wiimote-whiteboard/wiimote-smooth-board-0-1-beta/30/

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« #63 : July 14, 2008, 11:25:55 PM »

Boonjin

Might be worth locking this topic, to prevent confusion between the two threads.

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« #64 : July 14, 2008, 11:29:35 PM »

Boonjin

Might be worth locking this topic, to prevent confusion between the two threads.

Benpaddlejones :-)

Yeap
:)

Locked!

Go to the Wiimote Smooth Board thread for the latest information and dicussions:
http://www.wiimoteproject.com/wiimote-whiteboard/wiimote-smooth-board-0-1-beta/

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