EP121 easy touch disable or palm rejection adjustment

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  1. prepseb

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    Hey guys, I tried something. I don't even have a EP121 but I made a little EXE under VB.net to disable touch screen.

    Make sure you read the readme.pdf

    In a summary:
    you need to always run the touchscreen.exe as an admin. (IMPORTANT)
    Once done, Windows will always ask you if you want to run it.

    If you take a look at the readme.pdf, there's a way to "disable" UAC prompt.





    Anyway, here's the ZIP and be sure to read the readme!
    [REMOVED]
    It's not working on the EP121...


    Let me know if it works!
     
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  3. prepseb

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    So, does it work?
     
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    Search for a program in the HP Boards here called Tmcontrol. It's an excellent dashboard (even if all don't work on the Asus) and includes a button to disable touch.
     
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    I have the same issue as OP. What I did was made a shortcut to the control panel "pen touch" option on the desktop for disabling touch.
     
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    I am using the tm2control app. I emailed the developer and he said if you create a shortcut on the desktop and add a -9 after the program call it will toggle touch on and off in the background. I then assigned the shotcut to the F7 key and setup a diagonal flick to toggle it on and off using a gesture. Kind of a long way around it, but it works like a charm.

    And if you dig it, dont forget to tip your friendly developer. It was definitely worth 5 euro to me.
     
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    Well, i don't have my EP121 and time, it's pretty much all I can do... For now.
     
  10. prepseb

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    Actually, you can use the TouchControl.exe but be sure to run it as an Admin

    Right-click
    Properties
    Compatibility tab
    Check Run as Admin

    Windows will always ask you if you Accept or Deny.

    You don't need to do the Schedule Task, only if you want to remove the Accept/Deny prompt.
     
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