Tablet PC Input Panel

Forums Operating Systems Windows Server 2008 R2 Wish List Progress Tablet PC Input Panel

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    • #49852

      I’m working on the full TPC set, but at least I have this to show:

    • #59671
      Anonymous

      I’m working on the full TPC set, but at least I have this to show:

    • #49853

      Wow, good job!

    • #59672
      Anonymous

      Wow, good job!

    • #49854

      Even if i register all the needed DLLs, TabTip still doesn’t launch.

    • #59673
      Anonymous

      Even if i register all the needed DLLs, TabTip still doesn’t launch.

    • #49855

      Any progress on this?

    • #59674
      Anonymous

      Any progress on this?

    • #49856

      Well when I tried to register the dills, alot of them didn’t work for the tablet input panel…. The important one TipBand.dll failed with error code 0X80004005. When I looked up the error most people said it was due to not running an elevated command prompt, but I ran it as an administrator… Maybe it won’t register because some of the other dlls won’t register? Or maybe it needs a registry key…. I’m not savvy enough to figure this out, so I hope someone else would help.

      We just got a usb tablet device and the Tablet PC Input Panel would be awesome to have. This would probably be easy for someone else to do, so I’m asking for help…

      Maybe someone could simply get the XP version to install on windows 7 (take off the version checker). The Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Recognizer Pack is downloaded at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=080184dd-5e92-4464-b907-10762e9f918b&DisplayLang=en. There are even some table pc power tools, but I can’t get any of them to install on my non tablet pc (but I want to use my usb tablet to do the same stuff). They are downloaded (again for XP) here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/tabletpc.mspx

      thanks for the help..

    • #59675
      Anonymous

      Well when I tried to register the dills, alot of them didn’t work for the tablet input panel…. The important one TipBand.dll failed with error code 0X80004005. When I looked up the error most people said it was due to not running an elevated command prompt, but I ran it as an administrator… Maybe it won’t register because some of the other dlls won’t register? Or maybe it needs a registry key…. I’m not savvy enough to figure this out, so I hope someone else would help.

      We just got a usb tablet device and the Tablet PC Input Panel would be awesome to have. This would probably be easy for someone else to do, so I’m asking for help…

      Maybe someone could simply get the XP version to install on windows 7 (take off the version checker). The Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Recognizer Pack is downloaded at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=080184dd-5e92-4464-b907-10762e9f918b&DisplayLang=en. There are even some table pc power tools, but I can’t get any of them to install on my non tablet pc (but I want to use my usb tablet to do the same stuff). They are downloaded (again for XP) here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/tabletpc.mspx

      thanks for the help..

    • #49851

      Bump i need this $!

    • #59670
      Anonymous

      Bump i need this $!

    • #49857

      another bump, somebody i really need this..

    • #59676
      Anonymous

      another bump, somebody i really need this..

    • #43866
      Arris
      Moderator

      Description
      With Windows 7, handwriting recognition is faster, more accurate, and supports more languages—including breakthroughs for East Asian writing systems.
      Personalized custom dictionaries help with the recognition of specialized vocabulary (like medical and technical terms), and text prediction speeds up the input process to make your note-taking really fly.

      More information
      http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/windows-7/features/tablet-pc

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