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Notebooks Touch Screen calibration for different resolutions

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by veryevil, 20 Sep 2008.

  1. veryevil

    veryevil Minimodder

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    Hey, I've picked up Broken Sword 1 & 2 for a bit of nostalgic game playing and want to put it on my Gigabyte M912 with its touch screen I thought it would be great.

    However the game runs though ScummVM and runs at 640x480 and my touch screen becomes useless at this res as its calibrated for 1280x768.

    Is there any software or something that would allow me to calibrate it at 640x480 and have it use that when that is the res the screen is using?

    Thanks Steven
     
  2. tranc3

    tranc3 ADHD Modder

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    idk if it'd work but i know there's some form of a program, or it might be embedded, for smart boards.
     
  3. veryevil

    veryevil Minimodder

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    Oh im sure there must be
     
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  4. theevilelephant

    theevilelephant Minimodder

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    idk = i dont know, dont think it was a program suggestion
     
  5. Burnout21

    Burnout21 Is the daddy!

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    ooo where you get your Gigabyte M912 from? dieing to get one!
     
  6. veryevil

    veryevil Minimodder

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    had it on pre-order since july got one of expansys' first batch xp version put vista ultimate on it and now got 2gb ram in to.

    No ideas?
     
  7. veryevil

    veryevil Minimodder

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    guessing no one knows of a program to do this?
     
  8. Smilodon

    Smilodon The Antagonist

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    can't help you with a program, but can't you just set your screen res to 640x480 and then calibrate?

    you'd have to do this every time you want to play the game, though...
     
  9. veryevil

    veryevil Minimodder

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    unfortunately the graphics driver only goes down to 800x600 which means i cannot even do that.
     

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