GTCO CalComp Roll-Up II Télécharger Pilotes

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Constructeur
GTCO CalComp
Catégorie
Clavier et Souris
Modèle
GTCO CalComp Roll-Up II
Description
TabletWorks
Système d'exploitation
Windows 98Se-Me-NT4,SP6 or greater (serial only)-2000-XP-Vista-7
Version Driver
10.09
Taille
13.7Mb
Nom de fichier
tw-10.9.24.exe
Informations
please note that only version 10.09 supports Windows 7 in addition to all other operating systems listed.
Constructeur
GTCO CalComp
Catégorie
Clavier et Souris
Modèle
GTCO CalComp Roll-Up II
Description
TabletWorks
Système d'exploitation
Windows 98Se-Me-NT4,SP6 or greater (serial only)-2000-XP-Vista-7
Version Driver
10.08
Taille
13.3Mb
Nom de fichier
tw-10.08.0014.exe
Informations
Description

The GTCO CalComp TabletWorks driver is designed to provide a simple way for software developers to communicate with GTCO CalComp digitizers.
Version 10 is a major change to previous GTCO CalComp TabletWorks drivers, and includes an all-new Wintab implementation, as well as the alternate TabletWorks ActiveX control. Both APIs are available after installation. Supported Devices

AccuTab II, AccuTab VI
CADPro
DrawingBoard V, DrawingBoard VI
Roll-Up II, Roll-Up III
Summagrid VII
Super L IV, Super L VI
Older CalComp, GTCO, GTCO CalComp, and SummaGraphics tablets not in this list should work, but have not been tested.

Supported Operating Systems
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Citrix and Terminal Services (Server)
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2003 Server
Citrix and Terminal Services (Client)
Windows 2003
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Windows NT 4.0, SP6 or greater (serial only)

Known Issues
The current Wintab implementation supports only Wintab 1.0 calls. For most applications, this is sufficient. If your application requires Wintab 1.1 compatibility, please contact us.
When a single device is set to be used with both Wintab and TabCon applications, and Wintab Citrix support is enabled, the TabCon-compliant application will not be able to open the device.
There is a compatibility issue with CS3 Photoshop.
Serial tablets using a Serial-to-USB adapter are incompatible with the WintabTM and/or the TabCon interface.
Active TabCon devices can be changed on Windows XP or Vista only by users with admin rights.
Vista users with multiple devices attached may be asked to register the DLL twice every time TabletWorks starts up.
Sometimes tablets cannot be removed from the list of tablets by users who do not have admin rights on systems running Windows Vista.
The log file will not start on Vista unless it is located in the directory that the user has access to.
WebUpdate may generate an error if Interwrite Workspace version 7.5 or greater is installed. This problem has been fixed in TabletWorks version 10.06.
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Installation Information
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Installing the TabletWorks Software
Uninstall (described below) any previous Wintab (TabletWorks) or Tablet Interface drivers before installing this release.
Using the TabletWorks CD, run the Setup.exe file to begin the installation process.
Installing the USB Tablet Adapter
The USB Tablet Adapter drivers are not installed during this installation process. They are simply copied to the installation directory, in the USB Tablet Adapter Driver subdirectory. By default, this is C:\Program Files\GTCO CalComp\TabletWorks\Driver. To manually install the drivers:
Install the TabletWorks Software.
Turn off your digitizer.
Attach your digitizer to the USB Tablet Adapter.
Turn on your digitizer.
Insert the USB Tablet Adapter into a USB port on your computer.
The Found New Hardware wizard should pop up.
Tell the wizard to search for the drivers in a specific location, and browse to the Driver subdirectory of the Installation directory.
The driver is unsigned. On some versions of Windows, you will need to respond with Yes or Continue Anyway when you are warned that the software has not passed Windows Logo testing.
On some versions of Windows, the Found New Hardware wizard will pop up a second time. Use the same subdirectory as above.
Uninstalling the TabletWorks Software
Open the Windows Control Panel (Start->Settings->Control Panel).
Open Add/Remove Programs.
Select TabletWorks from the list of installed programs.
Click the Remove button.
Click the Yes button to confirm that you want to remove the TabletWorks software.
Select Yes/No to remove all user data including button assignments and mapping.
Constructeur
GTCO CalComp
Catégorie
Clavier et Souris
Modèle
GTCO CalComp Roll-Up II
Description
TabletWorks
Système d'exploitation
Windows 98Se-Me-NT4,SP6 or greater (serial only)-2000-XP-Vista-7
Version Driver
10.07
Taille
12.5Mb
Nom de fichier
tw-10.07.0007.exe
Informations
Description

The GTCO CalComp TabletWorks driver is designed to provide a simple way for software developers to communicate with GTCO CalComp digitizers.
Version 10 is a major change to previous GTCO CalComp TabletWorks drivers, and includes an all-new Wintab implementation, as well as the alternate TabletWorks ActiveX control. Both APIs are available after installation. Supported Devices

AccuTab II, AccuTab VI
CADPro
DrawingBoard V, DrawingBoard VI
Roll-Up II, Roll-Up III
Summagrid VII
Super L IV, Super L VI
Older CalComp, GTCO, GTCO CalComp, and SummaGraphics tablets not in this list should work, but have not been tested.
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Citrix and Terminal Services (Server)
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2003 Server
Citrix and Terminal Services (Client)
Windows 2003
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Windows NT 4.0, SP6 or greater (serial only)

Known Issues
The current Wintab implementation supports only Wintab 1.0 calls. For most applications, this is sufficient. If your application requires Wintab 1.1 compatibility, please contact us.
When a single device is set to be used with both Wintab and TabCon applications, and Wintab Citrix support is enabled, the TabCon-compliant application will not be able to open the device.
There is a compatibility issue with CS3 Photoshop.
There is an apparent lag in cursor movement when using a USB-connected digitizer with Citrix.
Serial tablets using a Serial-to-USB adapter are incompatible with the WintabTM and/or the TabCon interface.
Active TabCon devices can be changed on Windows XP or Vista only by users with admin rights.
Sometimes tablets cannot be removed from the list of tablets by users who do not have admin rights on systems running Windows Vista.
The log file will not start on Vista unless it is located in the directory that the user has access to.
WebUpdate may generate an error if Interwrite Workspace version 7.5 or greater is installed. This problem has been fixed in TabletWorks version 10.06.

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Installation Information
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Installing the TabletWorks Software
Uninstall (described below) any previous Wintab (TabletWorks) or Tablet Interface drivers before installing this release.
Using the TabletWorks CD, run the Setup.exe file to begin the installation process.
Installing the USB Tablet Adapter
The USB Tablet Adapter drivers are not installed during this installation process. They are simply copied to the installation directory, in the USB Tablet Adapter Driver subdirectory. By default, this is C:\Program Files\GTCO CalComp\TabletWorks\Driver. To manually install the drivers:
Install the TabletWorks Software.
Turn off your digitizer.
Attach your digitizer to the USB Tablet Adapter.
Turn on your digitizer.
Insert the USB Tablet Adapter into a USB port on your computer.
The Found New Hardware wizard should pop up.
Tell the wizard to search for the drivers in a specific location, and browse to the Driver subdirectory of the Installation directory.
The driver is unsigned. On some versions of Windows, you will need to respond with Yes or Continue Anyway when you are warned that the software has not passed Windows Logo testing.
On some versions of Windows, the Found New Hardware wizard will pop up a second time. Use the same subdirectory as above.
Uninstalling the TabletWorks Software
Open the Windows Control Panel (Start->Settings->Control Panel).
Open Add/Remove Programs.
Select TabletWorks from the list of installed programs.
Click the Remove button.
Click the Yes button to confirm that you want to remove the TabletWorks software.
Select Yes/No to remove all user data including button assignments and mapping.
Constructeur
GTCO CalComp
Catégorie
Clavier et Souris
Modèle
GTCO CalComp Roll-Up II
Description
TabletWorks
Système d'exploitation
Windows 98Se-Me-NT4,SP6 or greater (serial only)-2000-XP-Vista-7
Version Driver
10.06
Taille
12.3Mb
Nom de fichier
tw-10.06.0011.exe
Informations
Precautions:
1. If you are using software with multiple menu areas defined, the TabletWorks 10.06 driver should not be installed. This driver will not allow you to define the areas that are required.
2. If you are currently using TabletWorks 7.xx driver and you do not have a copy of the CD or the original executable file, do not uninstall the driver. You will need to test the TabletWorks 10.06 driver on a computer other than the computer used for daily operations.
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Description

The GTCO CalComp TabletWorks driver is designed to provide a simple way for software developers to communicate with GTCO CalComp digitizers.
Version 10 is a major change to previous GTCO CalComp TabletWorks drivers, and includes an all-new Wintab implementation, as well as the alternate TabletWorks ActiveX control. Both APIs are available after installation. Supported Devices

AccuTab II, AccuTab VI
CADPro
DrawingBoard V, DrawingBoard VI
Roll-Up II, Roll-Up III
Summagrid VII
Super L IV, Super L VI
Older CalComp, GTCO, GTCO CalComp, and SummaGraphics tablets not in this list should work, but have not been tested.
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Citrix and Terminal Services (Server)
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2003 Server
Citrix and Terminal Services (Client)
Windows 2003
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Windows NT 4.0, SP6 or greater (serial only)

Known Issues
The current Wintab implementation supports only Wintab 1.0 calls. For most applications, this is sufficient. If your application requires Wintab 1.1 compatibility, please contact us.
When a single device is set to be used with both Wintab and TabCon applications, and Wintab Citrix support is enabled, the TabCon-compliant application will not be able to open the device.
There is a compatibility issue with CS3 Photoshop.
There is an apparent lag in cursor movement when using a USB-connected digitizer with Citrix.
Serial tablets using a Serial-to-USB adapter are incompatible with the WintabTM and/or the TabCon interface.
Active TabCon devices can be changed on Windows XP or Vista only by users with admin rights.
Sometimes tablets cannot be removed from the list of tablets by users who do not have admin rights on systems running Windows Vista.
The log file will not start on Vista unless it is located in the directory that the user has access to.
WebUpdate may generate an error if Interwrite Workspace version 7.5 or greater is installed. This problem has been fixed in TabletWorks version 10.06.

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Installation Information
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Installing the TabletWorks Software
Uninstall (described below) any previous Wintab (TabletWorks) or Tablet Interface drivers before installing this release.
Using the TabletWorks CD, run the Setup.exe file to begin the installation process.
Installing the USB Tablet Adapter
The USB Tablet Adapter drivers are not installed during this installation process. They are simply copied to the installation directory, in the USB Tablet Adapter Driver subdirectory. By default, this is C:\Program Files\GTCO CalComp\TabletWorks\Driver. To manually install the drivers:
Install the TabletWorks Software.
Turn off your digitizer.
Attach your digitizer to the USB Tablet Adapter.
Turn on your digitizer.
Insert the USB Tablet Adapter into a USB port on your computer.
The Found New Hardware wizard should pop up.
Tell the wizard to search for the drivers in a specific location, and browse to the Driver subdirectory of the Installation directory.
The driver is unsigned. On some versions of Windows, you will need to respond with Yes or Continue Anyway when you are warned that the software has not passed Windows Logo testing.
On some versions of Windows, the Found New Hardware wizard will pop up a second time. Use the same subdirectory as above.
Uninstalling the TabletWorks Software
Open the Windows Control Panel (Start->Settings->Control Panel).
Open Add/Remove Programs.
Select TabletWorks from the list of installed programs.
Click the Remove button.
Click the Yes button to confirm that you want to remove the TabletWorks software.
Select Yes/No to remove all user data including button assignments and mapping.
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