ID #1316

Shuttle Touchscreen Calibration/Edge Compensation

This instruction is for Shuttle computers Windows 7,8, and 10. To begin please download the e-GalaxTouch software drivers from the following link.

Version as of 4/9/18 5.14.0.15315 USB / RS-232
Select "For Surface Capacitive / Resistive / Surface Acoustic Wave / infrared"
Click here to re-direct to Driver Download website.


Install:

After unzipping the downloaded folder run the setup.exe:
Follow the prompts and agree, at the step asking if you want the Extra RS232 driver, uncheck it.
When it asks for a 4 point calibration, select "none", we will calibrate later.
Check yes for Multi-Monitor Support.
Finish going through the prompts and finish the install.


Calibration:

If the touch screen is inaccurate we can run a calibration.
To do this open up the e-GalaxTouch software by clicking the icon on the desktop or opening the tool tray in the bottom right corner (Default) of windows by the time display.
Under the "Tools" tab there is a "Linearization" and "4 point calibration" option. They both calbrate the screen, the linearization option is more accurate and uses 9 points instead of 4.


Edge compensation:

By default the windows task bar is set to auto hide, if you are having a hard time accessing this hidden bar by touch, we can compensate for it on the bottom edge.
To do this open up the e-GalaxTouch software by clicking the icon on the desktop or opening the tool tray in the bottom right corner (Default) of windows by the time display.
Look for the "Edge Compensation" tab, once you find it, find where it denotes the "bottom" edge, it is probably set to 100%, increase to 120-130%(suggested) or to whichever setting you find most comfortable.

Tags: Calibration, Shuttle, touch

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