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#1 AMIRZ

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 04:32 PM

Updated! (All of them are working properly now!): Xp Tablet PC PowerToys + Microsoft TPC Experience Pack Ported to "Normal" Xp ( Pro, Home, MCE )



Download Vista / Windows 7 Icons for TIP, Journal, Sticky Notes, Inkball (XP Tablet PC Applications):
http://www.4shared.c...icky_Notes.html

Note: Recommended: About Inking/Handwriting with recognition technologies (also for speech one as well) in Desktop PC and Laptop -> To emulate Tablet PC Behavior in PC/Laptop: Although you can still use conventional/standard Mouse (with its limitation, of course), but to make handwriting and inking more easier and better in PC/Laptop (non-Tablet) with Xp Pro/Home/MCE, then you can better use Mouse Pen Tablet Hardware for PC (recommended, e.g the ones from Wacom and Genius) which you can get only for less than $60, much cheaper than real Tablet PC, but can "convert" your Desktop/Laptop to "Tablet" too

It's also more helpful than mouse if you're a Graphic Designer (by using some apps such as Corel Painter or Photoshop etc), especially when you're working with PC/Conventional Laptop. Alternatively you can just switch between them (Mouse and Mouse Pen) i.e when you're working, so you can still enhance your PC more better by having both Mouse and Mouse Pen without missing the old Mouse in your Desktop/Laptop at all...


Update/fix: If you get some error messages for some games/powertoys (not all) like "Tic Tac Toe" etc:
Try to make sure them installed properly/install/reinstall/repair:

(same links above)

-Net Framework 1.1 : http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- And .Net Framework 1.1 SP1: http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- Then try to uninstall then reinstall (not repair) Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 at last time: http://www.microsoft...;DisplayLang=en

That's all. I hope it can help/fix the problem as well. Good luck!

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Note:

- About Xp Tablet PC PowerToys, All of them can run/be ported to Xp Non Tablet (Pro, Home, MCE) as well!

- About Microsoft Experience Pack, Only 2 of them can be ported to normal Xp for now: Tablet PC Snipping Tool and Ink art.


Screenshot of some Tablet PC Powertoys and Microsoft Experience Pack on " Normal " Xp ( Pro, Home, MCE ) :

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:) Hello Everybody. Here the story goes. You can get all (or most) of all Xp Tablet PC 2005 Powertoys and Experience pack working properly on normal Xp (both are tools and games that based on "inking and handwriting recognition"). It's still about "inking and handwriting recognition" features ported to "Normal" Xp (Pro, Home, MCE). The best thing is It can be done without extremely "converting/hacking" your Xp Pro to Tablet PC in order to get only some Tablet PC-exclussive apps (otherwise other previous guides still said you have to extremely hack/convert your Xp to Tablet PC before getting them) (because e.g i can get Vista Sidebar on Xp by using "Alky" without converting it to Vista...).

To get them all running on your Xp Pro/Home/MCE, please read the whole thread here....: :)

Because Tablet PC API and libraries/drivers are not "officially" available on Xp non tablet by default (Pro, Home, MCE). Otherwise Vista has integrated them all into one OS nicely like Vista Ultimate and Premium. Remember such as Vista Snipping Tool and inkball ported to Xp that ones from me here?

OK, Here are the steps and Prerequisites/Dependencies (Just skip them if you have them already installed e.g. after installing Snipping Tool etc. Please check):

Note: Not all prerequisites/dependencies are same/needed for each Xp Tablet PC powertoy, maybe just one, some, or all...Even Ink art and Power Paint don't need them at all!

Note: By installing these free stuffs from Microsoft (I just call them "Alky or Wine for Tablet PC apps on normal Xp" (Tablet PC dependencies for normal Xp) :D ) then you can also enable inking features on Office (like OneNote Journal) and get Windows Journal (not only "Journal viewer") running on "Normal" Xp instead of Xp Tablet PC/Vista only (Please also see my thread about "Windows Journal ported to Xp" here) :

System Requirements:

- All Xp non Tablet Editions (Home, Pro, MCE, Starter Edition) 32 bit SP 2/SP 3. Not tested yet on 2003 and/or Xp/2003 64 bit (Please tell me here if you have also tried them on the mentioned OSes. Thx alot! :P )

Prerequisites / Dependencies:

1. Install Net Framework 1.1 and service pack/updates -> .Net is very required as the main Tablet platform

- Download and Install .Net Framework 1.1 : -> Very Required!
http://www.microsoft...;DisplayLang=en

- Download and install .Net Framework 1.1 Service Pack 1 KB867460: -> Very Required!
http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- (Recommended) Optional, For fixing/running Microsoft Letteris only->Just download and install Hotfix for .Net Framework 1.1 KB886903: -> Optional
http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

2. Download and Install Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 -> Required e.g. for some inking and journal dependencies (remember inkball in "normal" Xp?)
Download:
http://www.microsoft...;DisplayLang=en

3. Download and Install Tablet PC SDK 1.7 -> Required only for some Tablet PC apps (i.e Tablet PC Snipping Tool for normal Xp etc). Install if necessary Only...
Download:
http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

4. And Last but not least : Download and Install TRP/TPR (Tablet Recognizer Pack/Tablet PC Recognizer Pack) - Also called Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Recognizer Pack (Requires Tablet PC SDK must be installed before) - Needed to recognize handwriting before converting it to text/ or even sounds! Multilanguages/MUI: Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), U.S. English, U.K. English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish (Multilanguages/MUI):
Though it contains "Tablet PC" name, you can still install TPR on Windows 2000 and all Windows Xp editions.
Download TRP/TPR from Microsoft (80 Mb):
http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

80 Mb? lol. OK, the good news is, to English User, instead of using/installing 80 Mb big size of TPR above (Multilanguages/MUI, + Tablet PC SDK must be installed before!), I recommended to just download the lite/smaller versions (only about 3 Mb guys!):

- TPR English-US -> only 3,1 Mb:
MD5 :3685DF4F5C9F938012A6C48B73D808AF
Download :
http://www.4shared.c...ishUSSetup.html

- TPR English-UK -> only 2,86 Mb:
MD5 : F3BF28CBBAC7D02E2303851D3154D4F3
Download :
http://www.4shared.c...ishUKSetup.html

After that, just download free-UniExtract (Universal Extractor), some animal like WinZip but mainly for extracting some files from any compressed executables/installers (such as .msi, exe, 7 zip self extractor, installshield format etc) without installing them at all:

Download the latest version of UniExtract (Universal Extractor)-freeware from legroom:
http://legroom.net/software/uniextract

Then Go to Microsoft Download website: Download some or all Xp Tablet PC Powertoys that you like:
http://www.microsoft...s/tabletpc.mspx

If you try to install them manually, you will get error message like "This application can be installed only on Xp Tablet PC" etc. So that what Universal Extractor is for. Just extract them by using UniExtract context menu/Right click (Since each installer is in different format with each other as i said, just follow instruction from it and try it yourself...)

After they have already been extracted, place their files folders to e.g. C:\Program Files folder (The default path for them in Xp Tablet PC is usually C:\Program Files\PowerToys for Tablet PC) then try to double click their main executables for running them. Usually done for most of them, and just create your own shorcut later on i.e Start menu/desktop etc-(self explanatory).

OK, for your convenience, i have also uploaded some of Xp Tablet PC powertoys here (already extracted, you can just run their executables without installing anything! - For further information about them, just go to MS Xp Tablet PC PowerToys website above...If you are interested with them just download more/the remaining ones there if available... :)

1. Tic Tac Toe . I love this classic game so much. In my country Indonesia, we usually call it "Catur Jawa" :P :
MD5:6901A012F3AC329B476EF3A483DFA464
Download only 357 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c...ic-Tac-Toe.html

2. Web Search Power Tool For Tablet PC. You can search on Web (e.g. Google) by inking/hand writing! very cool!
MD5:062C7FD38AFFDDFFD092E14554E9F75F
Download only 173 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c...orTabletPC.html

3. Hoop Strategy Game for Tablet PC. "Strategy Game" Not bad:
MD5:48BA4C7DF3187E72057BA6577C39BD02
Download only 552 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

4. Maze Game for Tablet PC. Just try:
MD5:0A299F3396BCC708EACC0D3FA2047D45
Download only 606 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

5. Writing Practice Tool For Tablet PC. Cool to learn about "inking and handwriting". Now available on your normal Xp and PC!
MD5:A2E4A7AF7789F4DBC4C639D5FB3B4768
Download only 794 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c...orTabletPC.html

6. Power Paint Tool for Tablet PC. More than standard Xp/Vista Paint!
MD5:93FF658D910B602378F8AF74EBC1A6AC
Download only 156 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

7. Drawing Animator Toy for Tablet PC. Good for you and your child!
MD5:84616ED584E805094842FFB4A131B13A
Download only 650 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

8. Dictionary Tool for Tablet PC. (Office Dictionary is optionally required)
MD5:FBB005479F1272AB562F9AEB5E29154E
Download only 312 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

9. Puzzle Game. Yes, it's really "Puzzle":
MD5:B6A4867910571163252292D7D7A69B89
Download only 1,57 Mb:
http://www.4shared.c...uzzle_Game.html

10. Microsoft Dots. Yes MS Dots!
MD5:947A1E692B81E0706C185800D4D03A6B
Download only 75 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c...osoft_Dots.html

11. Microsoft Phraseology. Just try
MD5:55F50D88DF803631FC58A17951E99129
Download only 34 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c...hraseology.html

12. Microsoft Physics Illustrator for Tablet PC. Drawing Illustrator
MD5:24D4CCDF0E52BCE95C1D935A4DF5CA97
Download only 672 Kb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

13. My Font Tool for Tablet PC. Create your own font here!
MD5:D2788AD9A3E710079610CBA2E45C89A3
Download only 1,27 Mb:
http://www.4shared.c..._Tablet_PC.html

14. Microsoft Tablet PC Experience Pack: Ink Art, can prove your sense of art about "inking"!
MD5:B742EE30BD9F62BA44AB95AEB9C45C91
Download only 1,57 Mb:
http://www.4shared.c...b5/Ink_Art.html

15. Microsoft Tablet PC Experience Pack: Snipping Tool, an Xp "original" equivalent of Vista version:(You can see my thread about Vista version for Xp on WinMatrix here)
MD5:89420AD54B9BD5FF6A560ABF9B011846
Download only 3,47 Mb:
http://www.4shared.c...ProHomeMCE.html

16. Agilix GoBinder Lite full version for Xp (Officially originally from Xp Tablet PC Education Pack ported to Xp All Editions) - As Journal and Calendar Tools etc for student
MD5:E27CF301ABFE14B0C8DA68FFEB0EDFBC
Download only 25,4 Mb:
http://www.4shared.c...For_Xp_All.html

17. Microsoft Experience Pack for Windows Vista ported to Xp :
http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=21199

Note (Again):

- About Xp Tablet PC PowerToys, All of them can run/be ported to Xp Non Tablet as well!

- About Microsoft Experience Pack, Only 2 of them for now: Snipping Tool and Ink art.


Recommended Links: Other Useful Tablet PC/Vista Applications that ported to "normal" Xp:

- Inkball and Sticky Notes : http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=19718

- Windows Journal : http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=19894

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Very Important Note-> Fixed!!: To Xprox (Wincert), Codename 83, and everybody here OK, here is the fix. (I have updated this thread too, please also read it above again, sorry and thx alot) :)

Thanx to Xprox and Codename83 for reporting the error message of common language debugger for Tic Tac Toe and some Tablet PC PowerToys (not all) that they got. Finally it can be fixed as well here
:

Posted Image

(Thx again to Codename83 for the uploaded image)

If you get some error messages for some games/powertoys (not all) like "Tic Tac Toe":
Try to make sure them installed properly/install/reinstall/repair:

(same links above)

-Net Framework 1.1 : http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- And .Net Framework 1.1 SP1: http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- Then try to uninstall then reinstall (not repair) Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 at last time: http://www.microsoft...;DisplayLang=en

That's all. I hope it can help/fix the problem as well. Good luck!

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That's all. Hopefully they can make us happy, at least just for having fun...(Still Good enough to enrich the Xp GUI??) Thanks for your attention and good luck! :)

And once again, Long live Xp (for all editions)!

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Please Note: Since some app files might have been "patched" or "compressed" (packed) to work properly on another Xp OS editions etc and it might be a necessary effort for that beside the installing code itself, then some "false alarm" or "false positive" may happen to some clean exe installers/apps /installation process (rare) although they are actually clean and safe and does not pose a threat to your system.. The term false positive is used when antivirus software wrongly classifies an innocuous ( inoffensive ) file as a virus. The incorrect detection may be due to heuristics or to an incorrect virus signature in a database.Usually some great and famous antiviruses (such as Kaspersky, AVG, Norman, McAfee, etc) won't have the such problem so far bcoz they will work better. If that happens, then you can simply ignore it and continue installing as it's guaranteed actually 100% safe and clean by me. But again, it's still 100% your own choice and right to decide.


CREDITS TO : Xprox from Wincert (Thx alot mate, nice idea to porting them also for your kind support!), MSDN, Microsoft, MS Technet, MS Research, CodeProject, Rafael, fediaFedia (Thx alot you are the best), Vishal Gupta (My "Guru" in Xp to Vista reverse engineering), My Indonesian Friends in customization and programming language VB .Net, C etc in Win-PowerToy: Ilham, Gun-Tour, Jenny, Farid, thx alot you are the best and absolutely finally WinMatrix for this great forum and great people. Still many persons i can't mention, again, thx alot to you all! :P

PS : Please feel free to redistribute them/re-upload/share the download links etc...As i hope more people can download and enjoy them on Xp...Thx alot!, especially to Codename83 there! Good work mate, again thx!

Recommended Links: Other Useful Tablet PC/Vista Applications that ported to "normal" Xp:

- Inkball and Sticky Notes : http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=19718

- Windows Journal : http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=19894

- Tablet PC Input Panel for Xp Pro, Home, MCE + Windows 7 Math Input Panel ported to Xp + Microsoft Experience Pack for Windows Vista ported To Xp + Windows Xp to Windows 7 Tools :
http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=21199

- List: Most Vista Applications and Features for Xp So Far (included Vista Apps Ported to Xp Etc):
-> Recommended for All Xp / 2003 Users (Y) :
http://www.winmatrix...showtopic=20480

Edited by AMIRZ, 09 September 2009 - 06:53 PM.


#2 fediaFedia

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 04:36 PM

Great job once again! :)

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 05:40 PM

Excellent. :)

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 05:47 PM

Great job once again! :)


Excellent. :)



:P Thanx alot. i hope you will like them, at least just for having fun... :D

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 06:37 PM

Great post AMIRZ! (Y)

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 07:16 PM

Great post AMIRZ! (Y)



:P Thanx alot to you Razor VinT and WinMatrix for all this great forum...again I've also got more stuffs and efforts from other members that still much better than mine. Again, thx alot to you all! Hopefully they all can be useful to all of us :P

Finally, Long Live Xp Customization (for all editions)! :D

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Posted 05 September 2008 - 05:33 PM

Hey AMIRZ, its me again Codename83

You are on a roll buddy, first Windows Journal and now this, great going man!!!

btw, how do you get them to work, I just downloaded Tic Tac Toe, but it gave the following error messages when I double-clicked it.

I even installed Tablet PC SDK 1.7 and Tablet PC Recognizer Pack, but to now avail.

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P.S. In my country India, Tic Tac Toe is called "Zero Kaata" (Kaata means X)

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Hey, it just struck me, have you ever tried your hands on porting Vista Media Center application to XP.
I used it in my Vista PC, its really nice. At present, I am using XP Media Center 2005 ported to XP Professional, but its not even close to Vista MCE. If you are having any plans of doing it in the future, do let me know. Thanks!!!

Here's the screenshot:
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P.S. If you are wondering about the mac theme of MCE, well it was created by me, Cool Eh!!! (its not 100% complete though)

Edited by codename83, 05 September 2008 - 06:06 PM.


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Posted 05 September 2008 - 06:25 PM

Hey AMIRZ, its me again Codename83

You are on a roll buddy, first Windows Journal and now this, great going man!!!

btw, how do you get them to work, I just downloaded Tic Tac Toe, but it gave the following error messages when I double-clicked it.

I even installed Tablet PC SDK 1.7 and Tablet PC Recognizer Pack, but to now avail.

Posted Image

P.S. In my country India, Tic Tac Toe is called "Zero Kaata" (Kaata means X)

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Hey, it just struck me, have you ever tried your hands on porting Vista Media Center application to XP.
I used it in my Vista PC, its really nice. At present, I am using XP Media Center 2005 ported to XP Professional, but its not even close to Vista MCE. If you are having any plans of doing it in the future, do let me know. Thanks!!!

Here's the screenshot:
Posted Image

P.S. If you are wondering about the mac theme of MCE, well it was created by me, Cool Eh!!! (its not 100% complete though)


have you already installed .net framework 1.1 and Windows Journal Viewer? I also got some messages like this. Strange, works fine on my Xp. If still gives error, please give me little more time to fix it.

About Vista MCE, it's very hard (but still possible though little) to port it to Xp. Because of so many dependencies that even Alky can't handle. However, with Xp MCE 2005 you can still get most features of Vista one. I dont have a future plan to port it (i am also owner of original Xp MCE 2005), but im still researching about other possible Vista apps.

To make it look "vistaish" i have made my own theme but still not uploaded it yet. Maybe later. But i know one of the best Vista skin for Xp MCE that you can download it here (by fediaFedia, please also give credit to him)

Still be grateful, at least we can still get it as "down level" version (e.g. even WMP 11 and IE7 (Vista) is different with official Xp ones that originally from MS (not "hacked"), since they do behave and look better)

:P Oh about your theme, as i said it's cool! Great work (i wish i will have a mac, sometime... :whistle: )

EDIT: if then there are still some errors received by you, also try to uninstall then reinstall (Not repair!) Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 after other prerequisites installed (seems caused by some ink dlls are not registered properly at last time)

Edited by AMIRZ, 06 September 2008 - 01:35 PM.


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Posted 07 September 2008 - 05:44 PM

Hey AMIRZ, well I tried everything as you mentioned, even reinstalled Journal Viewer, but still haven't been able to run Tic Tac Toe.

btw, mine's XP Pro SP3, could that be any problem and secondly, I do not have alky installed.

Only the Tablet PC Components are not working, other than that everything else works fine.

Thanks!

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Posted 07 September 2008 - 06:03 PM

Hey AMIRZ, well I tried everything as you mentioned, even reinstalled Journal Viewer, but still haven't been able to run Tic Tac Toe.

btw, mine's XP Pro SP3, could that be any problem and secondly, I do not have alky installed.

Only the Tablet PC Components are not working, other than that everything else works fine.

Thanks!



:( Ok to codename83 and everybody here, very sorry before but please give me little more time to fix this issue. I also got same messages about it from some friends (also xprox on Wincert) there. Will be back soon to this thread. Otherwise i can clarify most powertoys and experience packs (included Tablet PC Snipping Tool) are and will still be working perfectly on all your Xp non Tablet PC with PC's (as i said above: at least most, if not all of them...) . But surely, i can get Tic Tac Toe and other ones are working smoothly on My PC. Sorry for this inconvenience. Again, i will be back soon to this thread with solution/update etc...or maybe in afew days. Please wish me luck. Cya later guys :)

Edited by AMIRZ, 08 September 2008 - 06:15 PM.


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Posted 07 September 2008 - 06:16 PM

U r a talented rverse engineer !!

Well I am "sort" of a reverse engineer too....and I understand how difficult and monotonous it can get at times. Great work !! I cant compliment u enough.... :)

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Posted 07 September 2008 - 06:46 PM

U r a talented rverse engineer !!

Well I am "sort" of a reverse engineer too....and I understand how difficult and monotonous it can get at times. Great work !! I cant compliment u enough.... :)


:) Thanx alot for your kind support Lord Devrexster, especially to our "kingdom of reverse engineering" together as you said :D (just kidding). Again, please wish me, you, and us luck...i will be back soon...cya later... :)

Edited by AMIRZ, 19 September 2008 - 11:17 AM.


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Posted 17 September 2008 - 03:56 PM

FIXED!!! :)


EDIT: :) To Xprox, Codename 83, and everybody here OK, here is the fix. (I have updated the thread too, please also read it above again, sorry and thx alot) :) (also please read the main thread above).

Important Note-Fix!: Thanx to Xprox and Codename83 for reporting the error message of common language debugger for Tic Tac Toe and some Tablet PC PowerToys (not all) that they got. Finally it can be fixed as well here:

Posted Image

(Thx to Codename83 for the uploaded image)

If you get some error messages for some games/powertoys (not all) like "Tic Tac Toe":
Try to make sure them installed properly/install/reinstall/repair:

(same links above)

-Net Framework 1.1 : http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- And .Net Framework 1.1 SP1: http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en

- Then try to uninstall then reinstall (not repair) Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 at last time: http://www.microsoft...;DisplayLang=en

That's all. I hope it can help/fix the problem as well. Good luck! :)

====================================================

:)

The Final Result:

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Edited by AMIRZ, 24 September 2008 - 01:03 AM.


#14 TheGreenMan

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:51 PM

Wow, great tutorial bro! (Y)

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 04:12 PM

Wow, great tutorial bro! (Y)


Thx TheGreenMan. I hope they can be useful to all of us (at least as "toys" as their names, just for
fun :lol: )

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 05:15 PM

I gotta salute this guy!

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 12:53 PM

I gotta salute this guy!


:) Thx comedy_guy. As i said, just for fun :lol: . Btw, i see you are from Singapore, so we're all good neighbours to each other. Greetings from Indonesian! :D :)

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 06:20 PM

Awesome guide bro (Y).

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 08:56 PM

Awesome guide bro (Y).



:D Thx bro!

TIP:

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TIP VS OSK

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UNDOCKED TIP

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UNDOCKED TIP AND HANDWRITING TO TEXT RECOGNITION

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EQUATION WRITER

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MICROSOFT MATH INPUT PANEL

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INKCROSSWORD

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INK FLASHCARD

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MEDIA TRANSFER

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SUDOKU

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XP INPUT PANEL (UNDOCKED)

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VISTA INPUT PANEL (UNDOCKED)

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WINDOWS 7 INPUT PANEL (UNDOCKED)

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Edited by AMIRZ, 01 December 2008 - 04:21 PM.


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Posted 13 January 2009 - 11:59 AM

How exactly do I install this on XP home? The TPR Setup stops with a message saying it is intended for XP Professional only...

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