17148Re: [NTB] When do you plan NoteTab to be SP2 aware?
- Oct 14, 2004Hi Jacques
>> If it is simply a shell enhancement, then maybe it is easy toYou'll need to excuses my ignorance here and explain something to
>> implement and added in all our software when applicative.
>These editing features are enhancements of Tablet PC Writing
>Pad. And Writing Pad is a component of XP SP2 for Tablet PC. So,
>I believe (and hope) it is just to conform to some MS specs
>(sorry, I am not a tech ;).
me. See, when I got disabled I went from making big time bucks
working as a field service engineer for the long distance
telephone switches that MCI, AllTel, Sprint, etc. use to support
work for small programs and working on PCs. I love both of them,
even this more because I have much more liberty with trying this
and that without having to worry about knocking down a big switch
in peek traffic = real big buckS! Anyway, I don't get out in the
real wolrd anymore, so I don't know a lot about all these
peripheral equipment, hand-helds, and things like that. So, is
Tablet PC a type of computer like a PDA? Is it a set of commands
the one can call into ther program? Tell me exactly what we are
talking about and then maybe I can give you a better answer.
>I did not investigate very far, but I've noticed: â¢ MS: the newAt this point I don't think I need to see them, just tell me if it
>Tablet PC features work in NotePad, WordPad, Windows dialogs, but
>not in Outlook Express for instance. â¢ Third party: it works in
>a utility like SlickRun but not in NoteTabPro !
>The new feature are very valuable for Tablet PC use: they bring
>great comfort when correcting mistakes.
>---> If usefull I can send or upload snapshots of those features on a
>same sample test as they appear in Notepad and do not. in NoteTab.
is a piece of hardware/software and then may you can show me a
I've got Fookesability!
Although at times, no sensibility. <g>
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