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i want the mouse emulator please

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8:05 am
June 22, 2010


borgqueenx

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Iwould like the software ready to use, so i can play starcraft on my multi touch tablet with win seven…

 

can you please upload it?

10:07 am
June 23, 2010


Paul

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Hi Borgqueenx,

The software in question is available at http://www.bespokesoftware.org…..ulti-touch. However, this is likely not what you're looking for when you say "ready to run". The Bespoke Multi-Touch Framework is an open-source development framework for multi-touch platforms. It includes the mouse emulator, of course, but is meant for software developers writing applications against multi-touch platforms. If this applies to you, great. Otherwise, it's not in a "ready to run" format that you can just fire up and use on your Windows 7 tablet.

Paul

 

10:57 am
April 23, 2011


Paul

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So, I just got a multitouch pc and love playing command and conquer on tablets (I had it on my last tablet). Could you point me in the right direction in how I would go about making this emulator compatible with a strategy game? Thanks! Also, if this framework messes with the pc, is there an easy way to uninstall it?

5:06 pm
April 23, 2011


Paul

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Hello Paul,

As I mentioned in the previous post on this topic, the Bespoke Multi-Touch Framework is an open-source source software system intended for software developers. If you are a software developer, then my advice is to examine the mouse emulator source code and customize it to your purposes. If you have specific questions along those lines, I'd be happy to help.

If you're not a software developer, then this system isn't going to help you achieve your goals.

To your second question, yes, there's an uninstaller for the Framework that'll easily remove it.

Paul

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