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Touch Screen Issues

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by relcalif, Mar 18, 2009.

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  1. relcalif

    relcalif Thread Starter

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    Hi -

    Do you know that like a mouse, the touch screen does not process until you release? Check it out. Put your mouse over a link, hold down the left button, move the mouse and release the button. Nothing happens. It's the same for the touch screen.

    How can I change this? I want the touch screen to activate when touched rather than removed. I believe this is in the mouse setting since it is acting like a mouse and performing the same job. I have looked all over the Internet and cannot find the answer. By the way, we have a HP Touch Smart computer running XP Home Premium.

    Any help is greatly appreciated. I need this to help my daughter who has developmental delays. You can get more information about her at The Grub Club® - About Us.
     
  2. izzyrizzy60

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    Uhh...What?...
     
  3. relcalif

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