Inker – vs – ActiveWords part II

Wow, 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 … Continue reading Inker – vs – ActiveWords part II

Inker – vs – ActiveWords

Inker seems not to work when ActiveWords is running. Specifcally, text that is recognized in the Inker window does not get inserted properly in the target application. This would be a very tough call for me if I had to choose between one or the other. As soon as my account in the Inker discussion group is approved, I will post about the incompatibility there.  

Inker – a replacement for the TIP (Tablet Input Panel)?

Inker – from  ATOZED software This looks very interesting. It is still in beta with plenty of issues being discussed on their Inker-Users discussion on Yahoo Groups. Here is an excerpt from the website. It certainly bears watching. What is Inker? Inker is a replacement for the Windows pen input system. Inker is more efficient to use and more customizable than TIP. Inker includes all of the functionality of TIP and more, however Inker and TIP can run side by side. Installing and using Inker does not disable or remove TIP, however we suggest you turn off the automatic pop … Continue reading Inker – a replacement for the TIP (Tablet Input Panel)?