Control Panel for Magic Touch
Quick Descriptions of Touchscreen features
At installation, two icons are created to your desktop. The most important one is the Touch Panel. If you have the USB controller, the Touch Panel is located in the TouchUSB icon. If you have the ProE controller, the Touch Panel is located in the Touch232 icon. The other icon is called either SwapLR or SwapButton (depending on your OS version).
Mouse Speed – This controls how often the controller checks to see if the mouse cursor has moved in response to a touch on the touchscreen. Usually, this is best set between midpoint and fast.
Like the Swap Left/Right checkbox in the Touch Panel, the Swap utility allows you to change which mouse button is currently being emulated by the touchscreen. When running, the Swap utility opens a small window which displays the current selection (by default, ‘Left Button’). When touched or clicked, the display changes, and the touchscreen will perform the displayed button assignment until touched/clicked again.
(X version calibration)
When entered, the calibration test will show a gray screen with the words ‘Press ESC key will set to default’ in the center of the screen. A circle should also be visible in the upper-left corner of the screen with the words ‘Touch the center’ located under it. Calibration is performed by touching the circles as they appear in the following locations: upper-left, lower-left, lower-right, and upper-right. Touch each location only once, and only touch the circle locations.
(Pre-X* version calibration)
When entered, the calibration test will show a gray screen with the words ‘Touch Screen Calibration’ in the upper-left quadrant, a ‘set default’ button near the center, and a ‘cancel’ button in the lower-right corner. Calibration is performed by touching the crosshairs as they appear in the following locations: lower-left corner, middle of the screen, and upper-right corner. Touch each location only once, and only touch the crosshair locations. Helpful troubleshooting hints can be found at the top of this guide.* Pre-X version is the version before -X version. If the controller has USB-X or ProE-X label, that is -X version. If the controller has USB or ProE label, that is Pre-X version