Monday, August 04, 2008

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Screencast: ritePen + nirCmd Part 2


  1. i applaud you for making this screencast. I was very interested in seeing this put to the test. I can see how this system would be essential for any tablet user, me being one of them. However, mine is actually a convertible and though i do ink a lot, the fact that the keyboard is undeniably faster for shortcuts in most cases. It is too bad that keyboard shortcuts can be used for things like photoshop in tablet mode. I cant be in tablet mode while having the benefits of keyboard shortcuts.

    Either way, I agree with you that these two programs are killer for anyone with a tablet-only setup, and I can see how it would be for convertibles as well.

    By Blogger Muffin Man, at 8/05/2008 07:14:00 AM

  2. Actually, my screencast does show how well this works on a convertible. I use a Toshiba R25, primarily in slate mode. I do swivel to use the keyboard when convenient, but ritePen + nirCmd makes it easier to stay in slate. Also, I'm expanding beyond simple shortcuts to multi-step shortcuts, like rename + copy to copy a file name, doing things in one scribble that would take multiple taps on a keyboard. Very excited about that.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 8/05/2008 01:47:00 PM

  3. This is so cool. Thanks for the screencast.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/19/2008 08:23:00 PM

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