Ok I did, and here are the results:
I installed the driver ok. On the System properteries screen it changed from "single touch input available" to "touch input available with 255 touch points".
I opened 'pen and touch' properties and the extra tab is there for panning and also single finger panning is enabled. However, panning did not work in IE - attempting it only resulted in it trying to select text. I opened MC, and now it appears
MC thinks multi-touch is available because it no longer shows the scroll arrows that come up without multi-touch. However I could not grab and pan.
So I continued with the regular MTV installation instructions and started the two consoles. I got 3 red dots - I assume one for my touch screen, one for my regular mouse and one for my MC remote. With the dots showing I could still not grab and pan, with
either the touch screen or my regular mouse. I tried this with and without the multiple mice checkbox set in the config app.
Based on your help video, I was expecting that at least I would be able to pan with the regular mouse. I also thought it would be possible without running the multiple input service consoles. Maybe the driver is not working quite right on my system. I have
an AMD64 system but it's running 32-bit windows, so I have the 32-bit MTV driver installed. Could this be a reason why?
Any ideas? I know this is not the intention for the project, but as a 'sideline' I can imagine there must be a lot of people out there like me who are wanting to leverage at least some of the Win7 touch functionality with existing single touch screens.