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Charlie Jewell
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Hey there, this is all great stuff here Smile
I came here to try Panda but I can't seem to get it to work.

I've downloaded, extracted and ran the program (after a restart) but I didn't notice any change to the mouse behavior.  It still gets pulled off screen when I touch my 2nd monitor.

Win 10 64 bit (Latest)

Acer UT220HQL

Any other information anyone might need to troubleshoot?

 

Thanks a bunch,

Puck


   
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SaveTheHuman5
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Hello What multitouch software you are using with your touch screen?
Already configure the software?
https://savethehuman5.com/panda-user-guide/

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Charlie Jewell
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@savethehuman5 

I see what I was doing wrong now.  What wasn't 100% clear to me was that I actually needed to be using multitouch software.  I just was touching the screen desktop to test Panda after I ran it.

My cursor doesn't become visible until I move it.  It looks like Panda just remembers the mouse position and then moves the pointer there when you move the mouse.  Is there any way to make it visible once the touch events are done?

Either way, this is much better than the behavior before Panda, so I'm really happy.  Well done!


   
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SaveTheHuman5
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Panda not remember nothing, panda just prevent mouse promotion from touch screen. 
When panda is activated you can control with your touchscreen, software only support multitouch events.
Anyway continue testing, this affect the behaviour of touchscreen with all your windows apps, but not affect multitouch apps.
Great to know is useful for you, but you should test more.

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Charlie Jewell
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TouchOSC is the software I am using by the way.

 

Is this behavior correct, then?

 

I touch TouchOSC on the touchscreen, and my mouse cursor disappears.  It only becomes visible again when I move my mouse again.  But it is in the position that I last left it.  This is why I assumed Panda remembered the position and then restored it.  


   
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SaveTheHuman5
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Should be! TouchOSC support touch events.
Great to know your problem is fixed now, the upcoming version of Chameleon have a improved touch behaviour and unique features will see the light after version 1.5!
Stay tuned!

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