Digitizer Technology VTI32F Download Drivers

Available 1 files for VTI32F
Company
Digitizer Technology
Categories
Printers
Model
Digitizer Technology VTI32F
Description
DRSound-OPTI 931
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-NT-2000-XP
Size Driver
1.6Mb
File Name
vti32f.exe
Info
This document contains important information not included in the Getting
Started Guide to the Virtual Tablet Interface or on-line Help. Topics include:

* Which edition do I have?
* Upgrading to the Professional Edition.
* Registration and upgrade instructions.
* Required hardware and software.
* Getting help and product support.
* Running the Setup program.
* Windows XP/SP2 error regarding "AUTOEXEC.NT"

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WHICH EDITION DO I HAVE?
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The Virtual Tablet Interface is available in a number of different editions
including: various OEM Editions, a Limited Edition and a Professional Edition.
Each Edition runs on all Windows platforms, includes automated setup, multi-
tasking and application support; but varies in their features and
functionality.

The OEM Editions are available only from original equipment manufacturers,
support only their digitizers and offer a minimum set of features and
functionality. The Limited Edition is available to value-added resellers only
and offers a fuller set of features but without any template or advanced
pointing-device support. Finally, the Professional Edition is available to all
customers and offers the complete, feature-rich functionality of the product
including template support

If you are unsure which edition you have, it will be located in the lower-left
corner of the Tablet Manager's dialog box which is accessible from the Win32
task bar or Win16 program group. The "Limited Edition" and "Professional
Edition" will be identified as such, and OEM Editions will be identified by the
OEM's name and the word "Edition."

Versions of the Virtual Tablet Interface prior to Version 5 are all
Professional Editions. Version 6 offers many enhancements and new features for
current users of the Virtual Tablet Interface. For details, please see "What's
New in Version 6" in Getting Started.

UPGRADING TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDITION
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If you own the OEM or Limited Edition of the Virtual Tablet Interface, you may
upgrade to the Professional Edition (see "Which Edition Do I Have?" to
determine your edition). If you choose to upgrade from the OEM or Limited
Edition to the Professional Edition, here is a sample of some of the increased
functionality that becomes available to you:
* You will be able to specify an area on the Windows desktop within which the
display cursor will be cropped or restrained from leaving;
* You will be able to automatically generate button events based on the
distance the digitizer puck is moved, e.g. dropping nodes in a CAD or
mapping application;
* You will be able to assign audible tones that sound when a button is pressed
enabling you to do more efficient "heads-down" digitizing in applications;
* You will be able to change the orientation of the display cursor on the
Windows desktop to better match the orientation of your digitizer;
* You will be able to automatically hide the Windows display cursor while you
are typing and have it appear automatically when you next make a selection;
* You will be able to temporarily disable the digitizer while using another
pointing device that alleviates the condition of "dueling-cursors";
* You will be able to set and interval for proximity detection for digitizers
that do not support hardware detection of out-of-proximity conditions;
* You will be able to use your digitizer as a mouse in a full-screen DOS
session;
* You will be able to take advantage of using multiple-monitors under Windows
9X and Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
* You will be able to assign keyboard macros to each digitizer button
significantly enhancing your productivity with virtually any Windows
application;
* You will be able to execute digitizer template menus (and any associated DDE
server) for any Windows application;
* You will be able to assign pressure values to any digitizer button that is
quite helpful when using drawing programs without a pressure stylus;
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