hi,do you have any updates on how to enable pen pressure sensitivity on the s10-3t.I'm thinking of using it on photoshop or something.
As of right now I have no idea how to enable pressure sensitivity. One application that you should look into is ArtRage Studio Pro which has some interesting touch capabilities.
Does the s10-3t even have pressure sensitivity on the screen. As far as I was aware it was only capacitive therefore you will need a capacitive pen. There are many tutorials online showing how to make a capacitive pen which seem pretty simple or you could try buying one. I don't know yet which ones work best; however, one video showing anti-static plastic rolled into a pointing device. I tried this quickly just now and it works ok. I will be trying to adjust it to see if I can get it to be more reliable. Rod
I bought the dagi stylus and it works alright. honestly, im sure everyone is a little disappointed with the tablet features of this. using the dagi stylus is annoying also with the screen. the plastic around the screen doesnt go all way down to the screen so the dagi's flat surface will get cought and fit right in between the frame and the screen... kinda annoying. best bet now is to wait for asus's "capacative resistive" touchscreen or wait for lenovo u1 to come out?
@kllngtme you bring a very valid point. Because of the bezel of the S10-3T the dagi stylus might have issues with buttons close to the edges. I haven't received my dagi stylus so I can't claim anything. The U1 is a very interesting machine, I wish the S10-3T had the bezel at the same level as the screen. This is something that can be done if you put some effort into it. (disassembling skills required)The U1 is twice as expensive as the S10-3T, but it is very innovative. One more thing to watch for.
Jessie you should really check out simpletap from lenova. it is perfect for accessing programs, it can be brought up wirh a two finger double tab, then hidden after selecting the program you want to start.http://www.lenovo.com/simpletaphttp://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-73614my setupwindows home premium2gig ram128gb Kingston SSDunlocked Huawei EM770 3g card
@BenA video is on the way about Simpletap. I have been using it for about a week now. It works really well when you are in portrait mode, and full screen mode on programs, and need to get access to things like the virtual keyboard or volume controls Thanks for suggesting it, but I'm one step ahead ;)There is an alternative out there that changes what the hardware buttons do, but that requires some registry hacking and a little program. More to come once I test it fully.
Is there any photo viewer that supports multitouch (zooming and changing) feature. Natural touch becomes slow and laggy with high resolution pictures
@Anonymous regarding photo viewerI have used a program called FastStone MaxView before and it's pretty speedy. http://www.faststone.org/I''m sure there are other alternatives.