Recently, my touchscreen stopped beeping, so I went into the touchscreen settings under "general>etc touch screen" in the shell. I was able to re-enable the beep, but I was looking at the other options and I saw the calibration settings. I have noticed that the touchscreen is a little off sometimes, but I was not able to calibrate the screen.
The first cross-hair came up on the screen, but when I touched it, the cross-hair did not move. In fact, nothing changed except for the timeout clock resetting back to 15 seconds or something like that. I eventually did nothing and let the timer run out. How is this calibration supposed to work?
Also, is there any place where the other settings and options for the touch screen are discussed?
If you have multiple screens sometimes, during calibration, the program thinks that the touch part is registered to another monitor (you can test this by tapping the other monitor with the mouse and seeing if the cross hair goes away). You would then press the ESC Key on a keyboard to get the touch funtion to move to the right touchscreen.
Also - with the ETC Touchscreen, you can't just tap the X, you have to actually hold your finger on the X for 10 seconds before it registers it.
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