Jun 4, 2009 at 8:33 PM
Edited Jun 4, 2009 at 8:36 PM
"Are you using 2 mouse?"
Yes, I'm using 2.
"What kind of provider are you using?"
I'm sorry, but I didn't understand the question.
"you need to change the input provider in the configuration.wpf"
In the configuration.wpf application, I have two devices available. One of then is the "MultipleMice" and the other is "Tuio". When I select MultipleMice, I see two red balls in the screen. Each of then answers to the moves of a specifc
mouse, but they listen to the moves, only. Not the clicks.
When I select "Tuio", the red balls disapear and I simple control the windows mouse pointer as normal. Nothing special. The firewall option is allowed.
- About the "Hello World"'s program:
It runs beautifully under the MultipleMice option, but when the "Tuio" option is enabled I'm not able to do anything in the screen because the mouse pointer disapears.