Pete at ActiveWords support spotted one of my postings about this conflict and wrote to me to suggest turning off the ActiveWords Buffer. Did you catch that? This was a proactive support response. I was going to wait for a response from the Inker developers before troubling the folks at ActiveWords. They were onto this before I asked.
Pete wrote:To turn off the ActiveWord buffer –
From the ActiveWords MonitorBar Menu, select “Options…”.
- Select the tab “Operating Mode”.
- Press the “Advanced…” button.
- Check “Disable ActiveWord buffer”.
- Close the “Options” dialog.
NOTE: When working with the ActiveWords Buffer turned off, you may need to pause your typing when executing a “Text Substitution” ActiveWord to avoid character overlapping.
In some limited testing this morning, this seems to be working.
Thanks to Pete at ActiveWords.
I should mention that the Tablet Input Panel (TIP) works fine with ActiveWords running (without the modification) I was going to wait to see what the people at Inker were going to do about this in their next build. See: Inker Users Discussion.