Someone asked about typing on a tablet with a trackball. Until dwell clicking gets the bugs worked out (Therapy Box’s Mouse Trak) or doesn’t require specialized purchases (Unique Perspectives’ Dwell Click), your best bet is something like a switch-adapted L-trac … Continue reading
If you don’t use dwell clicking but would still like a repeating drag and drop capability, here is a script that uses an extra mouse or trackball button to toggle repeating drag locks on and off, for moving tiles in … Continue reading
When I use the trackball and onscreen keyboard, I use dwell clicking for almost everything–except precise or continuous dragging.
If I want to do macros with my trackball, I use AutoHotkey for two main reasons: it’s a lot more customizable (see the Kindle script) and it works with Point N Click. If I remember correctly, Kensington’s TrackballWorks only communicates … Continue reading
Not the post I wanted to write — I owe a post on the uses of Android which are not input — but thought it would be useful to some people. Bionic is discontinuing the Multitask arthritis glove, and it’s … Continue reading
A friend of mine sent me an Acer Iconia A100 tablet (16 GB) and stand for Christmas hoping I could use it; he’s a big Android fan. (Also, he felt bad that the Lilliput touchscreen didn’t last very long.) I’ve … Continue reading
So I’m back, I think — my health went to hell for a bit, off and on. There are times the weakness or stiffness is bad enough that I feel weird even moving around my apartment, but it seemed like … Continue reading