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30769Re: [peditors] Re: Adjusting screen contrast with a pscript ?

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  • fjmancho
    Feb 1, 2008
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      Hi John

      Interesting pScript.
      I don't have Treo a have T3 and it works for me.


      ...... Original Message .......
      On Fri, 01 Feb 2008 12:04:11 -0500 John Markley <jmmjr@...> wrote:
      >Quoting Paul Nevai <nevai@...-state.edu>:
      >>> Thank you for that but is there any way to set a default value, say I
      >>> a contrast to be at 20%. What I want is launch a pscript which would set
      >>> the value of the slider to 20%. Is this doable ?
      >> I don't think so but I am also sure that JohnM will find a good
      >> for it using some 5-way or /&tap[] stuff. Does the latter work on the
      >Yup. "/&tap[]" does work on the Treo, and turns out to be the most
      >practical way I can find to do this. 5-way will work but is clumsy,
      >/&tapDown and /&penDown have problems. The following will likely work
      >on any OS5 device, although there certainly are variabilities in the
      >handling of /&tap between different flavors of the OS. When activated
      >this pScript should open the Brightness (contrast) dialog, move the
      >slider to 20% (+or- 1%), and close the dialog again. It depends on the
      >x,y coordinates being correct for the 20% spot on the slider. It is
      >correct for the Treo 755p. If not correct for other device just use
      >pInfoTool/menu/misc/screen coordinates to find the correct x,y.
      >{Contrast 20::
      >Please let me know if this works for you.
      > ~ John
      F. Jose Mancho
      mobil number +254726 939095
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