It explains how to use the touch board.
Open the ZIP file containing the downloaded program and copy all the files inside to any folder.
Delete all folders with expanded files. It does not write files to other folders. However, if you register the assembly cache, the cache may remain. (This does not affect other systems.)
Start and exit applications
Select .exe .exe and launch it with double-click, double-tap, or enter. You're on a board with a keyboard or mousepad.
You can exit by one of the following methods:
- Press the settings menu on the board and select "Exit" from the menu that appears. (Depends on board settings)
- Press the end key on the board to exit. (Depends on board settings)
- Right-click or long-press the icon on the task tray's touchboard with your finger, and select Finish from the menu that appears.
- Right-click on the target application from the taskbar or select "Close Window" from the menu that appears by pressing and holding with your finger
- Hover over the taskbar to display a list of windows and click the close button for the target application
Basic use of the board
The Setan Touchboard allows you to switch between multiple boards while the application is running. For example, changing from a keyboard to a umpad, then to a mouse pad. To switch boards, press the "⇐" ⇒ board toggle keys in the upper right corner of the board. (*The position of the board switching key may vary depending on the board settings.)
You can also switch from the settings menu to the specified board.
Minimize the board
To put the board on the taskbar (minimize it), click the icon on the taskbar, just like any other application. However, because the board is not active, it must be pressed twice to minimize it.
Also, some boards may have a minimization key, so you can put it in the taskbar by pressing it.
Immediately after displaying the board, it will be placed in the default position on the screen, but you may want to avoid the board when you do other work.
In that case, you can move the board movement key on each board by touching it or dragging it with the mouse.
Open settings screen
Press the settings key placed on each board and select "Settings" from the menu that appears.
Alternatively, press and hold the custom touchboard icon in the task tray with your finger, or right-click with the mouse and select Settings from the menu that appears.
How to use the keyboard
Press the various keys in the window you want to enter text in, or with the text input area selected. Text input can be done with either touch or mouse. You can also enter Kanji, Conversion, and Japanese with alt + Kana keys. The basic operation of a keyboard is roughly equivalent to that of a commonly used keyboard.
Modifier keys such as Shift or Ctrl
In general, the keyboard is used with both hands, but tablets can be operated with a thumb or one hand, and may not be able to be typed with all fingers of both hands. Therefore, it can be difficult to press multiple keys at the same time, such as shift keys.
On the China touchboard, modifier keys such as Shift and Ctrl are pressed in toggle format. Toggle format is a switching expression in which pressing a key once makes it hold down, and pressing the key again makes the key free.
This allows you to enter uppercase letters by simply pressing shift and alphanumeric keys in order, without pressing shift and pressing the English key when entering uppercase letters.
The toggle of the modifier key is automatically released when the other key is pressed and released. If you want to enter capital letters consecutively, you can either hold down the same character, hold shift and press the alphanumeric key, use caps Lock key, or avoid untogging the board settings.
The D-Pad is a special key that is a single key that is divided into top, bottom, left, and right. If you imagine the cross key in the game controller, I think it will be easy to understand.
Unlike regular cursor keys, D-Pad allows continuous key transmission from the moment you press it. It's primarily for games, but you can change the behavior in the board settings.
It's written for games, but it can also be used for regular applications.
* The touch range of the key in the figure above is an image. The touch judgment of the actual situation depends on the setting of the board.
How to use the mouse pad
Move mouse cursor (mouse pad)
It has almost the same function as the mouse pad common to notebook PCs. You can move the mouse cursor by touching the mousepad and moving your finger while touching it from the point you touched.
In addition, the mouse cursor movement by the mouse pad takes into account acceleration. Moving your finger slowly moves the cursor slower than moving your finger. Conversely, if you move your finger quickly, the cursor will move significantly. (For acceleration, you can change the behavior by setting the board)
You can also set the cursor movement speed by setting the mouse pad on the board. You can also use a single tap or double tap to left-click the mouse depending on the settings.
Move mouse cursor (mouse stick)
The mouse cursor continues to move in the direction you moved your finger from the point you touched. The longer you move your finger from the touchpoint, the faster the cursor moves.
The mouse buttons are available in "Left", "Right", "Center", "X1", and "X2", and you can click on the point with the mouse cursor.
Moving your finger up or down with the key touched will do the same as when you turn the mouse wheel.
You can display the settings screen by selecting the settings menu with the setting key.
Remember the position of the previous board
If checked, it will be displayed in the position of the previous board when the touch board is started or when the board is switched. If not, it will be displayed in the initial position according to the board settings.
Initially view the previously selected board
When you start the touchboard, initially select the board that was selected the last time you exited.
Change the size of all boards uniformly. The number indicates a magnification relative to 1 and can be specified between 0.2 and 5.0.
Use decoration when IME is OFF
Set the color of the board background and key text when the IME is off to the specified color. In addition to color, you can also specify transparency. This setting is overridden for all boards. Press the button on the board or key to display the color selection dialog.
Use decoration when IME is ON
Set the color of the board background and key text when the IME is on to the specified color. In addition to color, you can also specify transparency. This setting is overridden for all boards. Press the button on the board or key to display the color selection dialog.
If priority is checked, the color specified here is prioritized over the color specified in the board's configuration file. If unchecked, the color specified in the board's configuration file takes precedence, and the color of the settings here is used for uns specified boards.
Change the size of all board characters uniformly. The number indicates a magnification relative to 1 and can be specified between 0.2 and 5.0.
Always bring the board to the front
Ensure that the board is always in front of you even when other windows are active.
What does it do when the board is not front
It can be selected when "Always bring the board to the front" is not checked. Specifies when the board is tapped when it is not at the front, and when the board is displayed in front.
- Bring it to the front when you tap somewhere on the board
- Bring the board to the front when tapping a location other than the key
- Tap a board to not appear in front of it
By the way, no matter which setting you choose, click the application icon in the taskbar to bring it to the front.
Check to see the application closed
Specifies whether the exit confirmation dialog is displayed when exiting the touchboard.
Register assembly cache
You can speed up the launch of the application from the next time by registering the application in the assembly cache by using the register button. To use this feature, you must be signed in with a user with Windows administrative rights.
Also, the assembly cache will be invalid if you move the exe file to a different folder or replace it with a new version of the touchboard, so please register again.
Check for the latest version at startup
Check at startup to see if the latest version of the latest version of the touchboard is published than the one you are currently using. Notifications are notified from the task tray.
You can set whether settings stored in the application are shared by multiple devices or saved on a device-by-device level.
This feature does not automatically share settings between multiple PCs. Enabled when files in a folder are shared or synchronized across multiple devices. For example, you can place an application in a shared folder and run it, or share files using a file synchronization system such as OneDrive.
Synchronize layout-related settings, such as board size. If the screen size is different for each device, it is recommended to set it to OFF and have settings on a device-by-device basis.
Behavior and feedback
Share settings related to user response feedback, such as mouse movement speed and key response. Share if you want to do the same thing on multiple devices. Turn off if you want to change the response for each device.
Decoration and look
Synchronizes look settings such as background color and text size. This is useful if you want to share the same look on multiple devices.
Synchronize environment-related settings, such as where the board package is located. Basically, you can synchronize, but if you want to change the environment only for unique devices, turn it off.