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nvecchio

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New Libretto W100 double touchscreen sensibility
Posted: 10-May-2011 16:36
 
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We have just bought the new Libretto W100 with double touch-screen panel, but we don't feel very well with "sensibility" of the "touch": sometimes we touch the screen and nothing happens, but if we touch lightly stronger it works as "double click" or "triple click".

We already tried to calibrate the panel as indicated in the manual, but the final behavior didn't change.

Please, may someone tell us if and how is possible to set the "sensibility" of both the touch panels?

Thanks
PauPau

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Re: New Libretto W100 double touchscreen sensibility
Posted: 18-May-2011 09:27   in response to: nvecchio in response to: nvecchio
 
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Hi

As far as I know it’s not possible to change the display sensitivity.
The point is that this is a real TOUCH SCREEN and not a capacitive screen like supported by for example Iphone.

I’m not quite sure if this could help you or not but you could try to use a touch pen (like for a PDA device)

Good luck
PinkPanther

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Re: New Libretto W100 double touchscreen sensibility
Posted: 18-May-2011 15:16   in response to: nvecchio in response to: nvecchio
 
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Hi buddy,

I agree with PauPau. Such real touch screens can’t be calibrated.

But from my own experience I can say that every device with touch screen or capacitive screen like on mobile phones are always a little bit different and it takes some days to figure out how it works exactly and how much sensibility is necessary or not.

So try a little bit and I’m sure after one week everything will be ok and you know how it works exactly ;)
gerdich

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Re: New Libretto W100 double touchscreen sensibility
Posted: 04-Jul-2011 13:21   in response to: nvecchio in response to: nvecchio
 
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Go to windows settings/ Stylus and touch
Go to the tap "movements"
Change the sensitivity to lowest precision (means highest sensitivity).

... and feel happy!
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