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Wiimote Smoothboard / Re: Smoothboard 1.5 Release
« on: July 15, 2009, 02:17:38 AM »
Hi Boon Jin,

nice work!

After saving a snapshot and opening it in irfanview i got a warning:
snapshot is a .PNG file with a .JPG extension.

Maybe you can fix that, probably save it as a JPG (it's probably smaller too)


You seem to be having fun with this. Nice find BTW

Agree, the ScreenMarker looks a bit better.
PointToFix: it's easy to load an English language pack but the lack of cursor button makes it less useful IMHO.

@jdkestewart: yes you can get your cursor back but all the screen anotations are cleared. The two programs mentioned before don't do that. Or am i missing something?

ZoomIt is indeed a great application,
as a screen zoom application, countdown timer and screen overlay program.

If it's screen overlay you want with a little more options, try Linktivity presenter

it's a freeware application.

BTW, maybe this helps for some people:

i've just successfully installed Windows 7 RC on my S10e.
At first it wouldn't install the bluetooth driver but after turning the bluetooth/wi-fi off and on (using the little button on the keyboard) the bluetooth radio was detected and installed natively in Windows 7.

You're welcome.
This post would have helped me :)
At least the lenovo s10 or s10e now shows up in the search results.

My idea is that I want to see the cursor moving all the time(like a mouse)...
Hi Mirna,

just curious: why would you want that?
The whole idea is that you don't need that anymore... you can use your pen (or hand, or a stick, etc.) to point at things on your whiteboard. As soon as you click somewhere, your mouse pointer instantly moves to that area.


Say Hi! / Re: Hi from The Netherlands
« on: April 15, 2009, 07:53:46 AM »

since this not a forum for technical questions i moved my answer to the bluetooth forum:


how do you stop using the drivers supplied with the s10e and use the Windows stack?

i followed the instructions by benpaddlejones:
Widcomm 5.5 is your problem it is known that it won't connect with the Wiimote.

Follow this:

Then you will have the Windows stack so use: to connect.

benpaddlejones :)

It's very important that you follow the procedure on the shootingsoftware site exactly! This after removing the bluetooth software using the Add/Remove software menu in Windows.


Say Hi! / Hi from The Netherlands
« on: April 12, 2009, 07:52:28 AM »
Hi everybody!

just to introduce myself...
I'm a 34 year old beginning math teacher from Groningen, The Netherlands, making the switch from IT. Just started using the wiimote and so far so good.

At first i couldn't get the wiimote to connect my Lenovo S10e but after reading the forum i switched to the Windows stack. After that my wiimote turned out to be fake (easily recognizable with the pictures on this forum), my seller refunded my money. The forum has been very helpful to me so far!

I'll be using the wiimote mainly as a whiteboard application.
Now that i'm ready to roll, i hope i can be of any assistance to other people on the forum...

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