Troubleshooting Large Pana Touch Interaction

Created by Tim Yelvington, Modified on Thu, 09 Nov 2023 at 09:24 PM by Tim Yelvington

1. Connect a non-touch Windows 10/11 laptop with either a HDMI, DP or USB C/Thunderbolt 4 port (preferred) and switch the Pana to that input.

2. After video is displayed go into Display Properties and select “Show only on 2”.  This will avoid the pitfalls of mirroring or extending the desktop.

3. Wait a few seconds so all the Pana peripherals can register in Windows.

4. You should be able to draw a square anywhere on the desktop using a single finger. A long touch and hold will act as a right click gesture and should bring up a pop up menu in Windows. 

To test multi-touch you will need software that supports multi touch.

You can also go into Control Panel and then Tablet PC settings. Pana should be listed there as a touch device. 

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