IPhone style 'slick scrolling' non-existent on my Tx2500z

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  1. mwake

    mwake Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I'm using window 7 ultimate RC, however I'm not getting that smooth panning in certain applications that I've seen on some web videos. You know, the type of iphone style panning when you move the scroll bar!

    Is it just my machine or are there other people who are unable to get their hp tablets to scroll 'smoothly' in this manner?

    If so please let me know,

    Thanks in advance.

    P.s this video link below from youtube might help me to explain a little clearer what i mean.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56qmR9Fkz40
     
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  2. DRTigerlilly

    DRTigerlilly Tablet Lead Mod (Retired) Super Moderator

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    the tx2500 has a resistive screen it doesn't have a capacitive screen or multitouch, so you're not going to find the kind of scrolling you associate with the iPhone.

    You will only see that kind possibly on the tx2 or tm2 hp tablets.
    The video shows a Dell XT or XT2 which has a capacitive screen.
     
  3. mwake

    mwake Pen Pal - Newbie

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    thanks for quick answer :)
     
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    You may assign your wacom pen button to "pan/scroll" to achieve "slick scrolling".

    Of course you will have to use your pen and not use your finger.
     
  5. kingofmyworld324

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    IE has scrolling but its not that good. Just click the little hand in the toolbar. MS Word 07 also has it.
     
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