MT 7 Installation Guide - Eizo
Important
Introducing MT 7.......................................................................... 2
1. Setting Up................................................................................. 3
Please read this Installation Guide
carefully to familiarize yourself with safe
and effective usage.
1-1. System Requirements....................................................................... 3
1-2. Installing MT 7................................................................................... 3
1-3. Linking Monitors (For Multiple Monitor Environment Only)
8
1-4. Calibration......................................................................................... 9
1-5. Uninstalling MT 7............................................................................ 12
2. Touch Panel Settings.............................................................. 13
2-1. Touch Settings Tab.......................................................................... 13
2-2. Edge Adjustment Tab...................................................................... 17
2-3. Tools Tab.......................................................................................... 17
3. Cautions for the Use of the Touch Panel............................... 18
4. Troubleshooting....................................................................... 20
Introducing MT 7
Introducing MT 7
MT 7 is the driver software necessary to use NANAO touch panel monitors (EIZO FlexScan L***T-C
Series) with Windows 7/Vista/XP.
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1. Setting Up
1. Setting Up
1-1. System Requirements
MT 7 operates under the system shown below.
• Windows 7 (32 bit / 64 bit)
• Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (32 bit)
• Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32 bit)
EIZO FlexScan L***T-C series
OS
Monitor
1-2. Installing MT 7
Note
•When reinstalling MT 7, restart the PC after uninstalling MT 7, and then install it again.
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2
Connect the PC and the monitor using the signal cable that matches the type of the
connector
When using the RS-232C cable, connect one end of the cable to the RS-232C port
of the monitor and the other end to the COM port of the PC
Note
•Do not use a conversion adapter for connection. The touch panel display may not work
properly.
•When using the USB cable for connection, be sure to connect the monitor to the PC after
installing MT 7.
3
Connect the power cord to the power connector and the power outlet
4
Turn on the monitor
5
Turn on the PC, and log on to the user account that has the “Administrators”
privilege
For user account privilege settings, contact your system administrator.
1. Setting Up
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Prepare for installation
■To install the software from the “EIZO Touch Panel Disk” CD-ROM
After inserting the “EIZO Touch Panel Disk” CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive the menu will
open automatically.
Click [Touch Panel Driver (Windows 7)] or [Touch Panel Driver (Windows Vista/XP)] in the
“Drivers” tab, depending on the OS you are using.
Click the [Install] button to start the setup wizard.
Tips
•If the menu does not open automatically, double-click “Launcher.exe” from the drive into which
the “EIZO Touch Panel Disk” CD-ROM has been inserted. The menu starts up.
в– To download and install the software from our website
After extracting the downloaded file, double-click “Setup.exe” in the“MT 7” folder to start the
setup wizard.
Tips
•The “User Account Control” dialog may appear. *
Click [Yes]/[Allow] to open the menu.
* The “User Account Control” dialog does not appear depending on the setting.
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Start the setup wizard
Click [Next >].
1. Setting Up
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Confirm the software license agreement
Read the software license agreement carefully. Select “Accept--Installation will continue.” and
click [Next >] if you wish to use MT 7.
9
Specify the location to install the software
To change the folder, click [Browse...], and specify the folder in which you want to install the
software.
After specifying the folder, click [Next >].
1. Setting Up
10 Select the setup type
Select “Typical” and click [Next >].
гѓ»Under a Windows 7 OS, proceed to step 11.
гѓ»Under a Windows Vista or Windows XP OS, proceed to step 12.
11 Select the driver type
Select an appropriate type, depending on the monitor configuration, and click [Next >].
Monitor Configuration
Single monitor configuration
Multiple monitor configuration
Driver Type
“Touch digitizer uses Windows' built-in touch functionality”
“Legacy mouse uses older MicroTouch driver technology”
Tips
•Under Windows 7, the types of touch operations depend on your monitor configuration (type of
installed driver). For information on the types of touch operations, see page 19.
1. Setting Up
12 Confirm the current settings
Click [Next >] to start the installation.
13 Finish the installation
Click [Finish].
The “Control Panel” icon appears on your desktop.
14 When using the USB cable to connect the monitor to the PC, connect the USB cable
to the USB port (upstream) of the monitor and the USB port (downstream) of the
PC after installing MT 7
15 Restart the PC
1. Setting Up
1-3. Linking Monitors (For Multiple Monitor Configuration
Only)
To use the touch panel in multiple monitor configuration, follow the procedure below to link the touch
panel and monitors. The procedure is unnecessary when using only one monitor. Please skip to 1-4.
1
Click [Start]-[All Programs]-[MicroTouch MT 7]-[MultiMonitor Manager]
“MT 7 Multiple Monitor Manager” window opens. The monitors are displayed with colored
frames.
Screens recognized by
the touch panel driver.
Monitors recognized by OS
(Monitor 1 and 2 match the
settings of the Windows “Display Properties”.)
2
Click
with the mouse
The icon and colored frame blink.
3
Touch the screen to link to
with a finger
The icon in “Touch Screens” (in the above image,
or
4
Refer to Steps 2 and 3 to link remaining monitors
5
Click [Save & Exit] to finish
) blinks.
Tips
•When using the touch panel in multiple monitor configuration, please see “Using Touch Panel in
Multiple Monitor Environment” on page 18.
1. Setting Up
1-4. Calibration
After completing the installation of driver, please make sure to perform the following procedure to
calibrate the screen.
The calibration method depends on the type of OS being used (and the monitor configuration).
• Single monitor configuration under Windows 7....................................................... page 9
• Multiple monitor configuration under Windows 7................................................. page 10
• Windows Vista or Windows XP............................................................................. page 10
NOTE
•Do not put your hands or any metal close to the screen because the screen is susceptible to the
dielectric object.
Single monitor configuration under Windows 7
1
Click [Start]-[Control Panel]-[Hardware and Sound]-[Tablet PC Settings]
“Tablet PC Settings” window opens.
2
Click [Calibrate...] in the “Display” tab
The calibration window with a white background opens.
3
Touch the calibration target for a few seconds with a finger, then release
The calibration target appears on the screen 16 times, starting from the top left to top right and
then down to the bottom left to bottom right.
Tips
•For the second or subsequent calibration, the calibration target appears four times.
1. Setting Up
4
Click [Yes]
5
Click [OK] to close the window
Multiple monitor configuration under Windows 7
Windows Vista or Windows XP
1
Click [Start]-[All Programs]-[MicroTouch MT 7]-[Control Panel]
Tips
•The Control Panel window can also be opened from the “Control Panel” icon on your desktop.
“MT 7 Software Control Panel” window opens.
2
Click [Calibrate] in the “Main” tab
The calibration window with a white background opens.
3
Touch the calibration target for a few seconds with a finger, then release
The calibration target appears on the screen in three locations, the bottom left, top right and top
left, in this order.
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1. Setting Up
NOTE
•When the screen is not touched for twenty seconds, the calibration target will be hidden. When
the following messages are displayed, do not touch the screen and wait until the messages
disappear.
- “Calibration timed out. Please do not touch the screen.”
- “Restoring data. Please do not touch the screen.”
After the messages disappear, perform the calibration again from the Step 2.
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5
6
Click [Accept]
When using the touch panel in multiple monitor configuration, from the pulldown list of “Controller ID” in the “Main” tab, select an ID different from the one
currently shown and then repeat Steps 2 to Step 4
Click [Close] to close the window
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1. Setting Up
1-5. Uninstalling MT 7
Note
•Cautions for uninstallation
-Before uninstalling MT 7, be sure to exit all touch panel setting windows such as the calibration
window and the MT 7 Control Panel.
1
Log on to the user account that has the “Administrators” privilege
2
Click [Start]-[All Programs]-[MicroTouch MT 7]-[Uninstall MT 7]
Tips
•The “User Account Control” dialog may appear. *
Click [Yes]/[Allow] to open the menu.
* The “User Account Control” dialog does not appear depending on the setting.
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3
Click [Yes] on the “Confirm File Deletion” window
4
Restart the PC
2. Touch Panel Settings
2. Touch Panel Settings
Use the MT7 Control Panel to configure the touch panel.
Note
•For single monitor configuration under Windows 7, a different Windows 7 control panel is used to
configure some settings.
Click [Start]-[All Programs]-[MicroTouch MT 7]-[Control Panel] to open the Control Panel.
Tips
•The Control Panel can also be opened from the “Control Panel” icon on your desktop.
This section describes about the items that can be set in each tab of the Control Panel.
2-1. Touch Settings Tab
Enables you to change the settings of the screen response to your touch operation.
Tips
•Any changed settings will be applied as they are changed.
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2. Touch Panel Settings
Changing Touch Modes [Touch Modes]
Touch Modes include three modes. Change the mode as needed.
Note
•For single monitor configuration under Windows 7, do not change the setting (that is, use the initial
value of “Drawing”).
Mode Name
Drawing
(Default Setting)
Touchdown
Touch Control and Application
Suitable for drawing, painting, illustrating and other graphic applications.
Click:
Touch the screen with a finger.
Double-click:
Quickly touch the same spot twice on the screen with a finger.
Drag:
Touch and slide on the screen with a finger.
Suitable for applications such as a calculator, which is button-based operation.
Click:
Liftoff
The action is recognized by touching the screen.
*Drawing and dragging are not supported.
Suitable for applications that require very precise clicking.
Click:
The action is recognized by lifting a finger off the screen.
*Drawing and dragging are not supported.
The selected button turns green and the mode is applied.
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2. Touch Panel Settings
Setting Right-Click Simulated Function
This setting allows a right mouse click to be simulated.
The setting depends on the type of OS being used (and the monitor configuration).
• Single monitor configuration under Windows 7..................................................... page 15
• Multiple monitor configuration under Windows 7................................................. page 15
• Windows Vista or Windows XP............................................................................. page 15
Tips
•For information on the right-click operation, see page 19.
Single monitor configuration under Windows 7
1
Click [Start]-[Control Panel]-[Hardware and Sound]-[Pen and Touch]
“Pen and Touch” window opens.
2
Click [Use your finger as an input device] in the “Touch” tab
3
Select [Press and hold] under [Touch actions] and click [Settings...]
“Press and Hold Settings” window opens.
4
Select [Enable press and hold for right-clicking] and click [OK]
Tips
•Select and change [Right-click mode activation] and/or [Press and hold duration] as appropriate.
5
Click [OK] to close the window
Multiple monitor configuration under Windows 7
Windows Vista or Windows XP [Right-click Tool]
1
Click [Right-click]
The icon below appears on your desktop.
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2. Touch Panel Settings
Setting Touch Sound [Touch Sound]
Enables you to specify the following three different touch sound settings:
The setting changes in turn ([No beep] - [Liftoff] - [Touchdown]) each time the button is clicked.
Name
No beep (Default Setting)
Setting Detail
No beep is sounded by a touch.
Liftoff
A beep is sounded when your finger leaves the screen.
Touchdown
A beep is sounded when your finger touches the screen.
NOTE
•Under Windows 7, touch sound is only output through the audio output terminal of the PC. To hear
touch sound, connect speakers.
Setting Double-click [Double-click]
Enables you to set the speed and area of double-click operation.
Setting the Speed of Double-click
Move the upper slide bar left or right.
The speed is faster when moved to the right and slower when moved to the left.
Setting the Area where the Double-click Operation is Recognized
Move the lower slide bar left or right.
The area is larger when moved to the right and smaller when moved to the left.
Tips
•To check the set speed and area, double-click (quickly touch twice) the glove on the lower right side.
When the touch operation is recognized, the glove will start spinning. When it is double-clicked again,
it will stop spinning.
NOTE
•The change of the setting will affect the double-click setting of your mouse.
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2. Touch Panel Settings
2-2. Edge Adjustment Tab
When it is difficult to click small items such as a check button or radio button on the edge of the screen,
change the setting. The cursor location is moved further to the edge of the screen in the specified area
than the actual touched location.
1
Specify the area for edge adjustment by moving the slide bar
The marks on the slide bar indicate the distance from the edge of the screen as a percentage. In the
specified area, the cursor location is moved further to the edge of the screen and the items on the
edges of screen can be touched more easily.
Tips
•To check the adjustment result, click [Test]. The specified area is shown in a different color. To
end the check, click [End Test].
2-3. Tools Tab
Enables you to confirm the version information and perform operation checks, as well as more advanced
settings.
NOTE
•Do not change the settings in this tab unless you are familiar with the settings of the touch panel.
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3. Cautions for the Use of the Touch Panel
3. Cautions for the Use of the Touch Panel
While starting the PC and monitor
•Do not touch the touch panel.
It may cause the incorrect cursor position or disable the touch operation.
Powersaving function for the PC
•When the PC is in system standby status, the PC cannot be resumed by touching the touch panel.
Operate the mouse or the keyboard to resume the PC from system standby.
During calibration
•Do not put your hands or any metal close to the screen because the screen is susceptible to the
dielectric object.
Using Touch Panel in Multiple Monitor Configuration
•In the default settings, the secondary monitor conforms to the settings of the primary monitor, but
once settings different from those of the primary monitor are set on the secondary monitor, it no
longer conforms to the primary monitor's settings.
•When the resolution of the monitor is changed, the touch operation and calibration may not work
correctly. In this case, reinstall MT 7.
•After installing MT 7 in multiple monitor configuration, if the graphics board settings are changed
to either Ex. 1 or 2, MT 7 must be reinstalled.
Ex. 1
A
B
Independent screen on each monitor
A
A
Same screen on each monitor
Ex. 2
A
A screen over the multiple monitors
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A
A
Same screen on each monitor
3. Cautions for the Use of the Touch Panel
Touch Operations
•The types of touch operations available depend on the type of OS being used (and the monitor
configuration).
OS
Windows 7 (in single
monitor configuration)
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows 7 (in multiple
monitor configuration)
Operation
• Click (Tap)
Touch and release the screen once with your finger.
• Double-click
(Double-tap)
Touch and release the screen twice in quick succession
with your finger.
• Drag
Touch the screen and move your finger without releasing
the screen.
• Right-click
1.Touch and keep touching the screen
without moving your finger on it.
1.Touch an icon like this that appears on
the screen.
A circle is drawn around the touch
position.
2.When the circle is complete, release your
The mouse icon’s right button turns blue.
finger.
2.Touch and release the screen.
• Scroll
* This type of operation works only once.
After it works once, a screen touch is
reset to simulate an ordinary left-click
operation.
Touch a scrollable screen and slide your
finger vertically without releasing the
screen.
-
• Flick
Touch the screen and flick your finger on
the screen.
-
NOTE
•For single monitor configuration under Windows 7, the Windows Touch function is supported.
However, a multi-touch operation using two fingers is not supported.
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4. Troubleshooting
4. Troubleshooting
If a problem still remains after applying the suggested remedies, contact your local dealer.
Problems
Possible cause and remedy
1. Touch operation is disabled.
• Check that the monitor and PC are connected via a USB
cable.
(If the OS being used is Windows 7)
• If the monitor configuration (single or multi) differs from
that when the driver was installed, touch operations may
not work or may work differently (from those shown on
page 19). If the monitor configuration has been changed
after installing the driver, an appropriate driver needs to
be reinstalled.
2. The cursor does not appear on the touched
position. They become point symmetric with
respect to the center of the screen.
• Calibrate the screen again.
3. The cursor does not appear on the touched
position, or does not operate properly.
• Connect the monitor to the PC with the cable indicated in
the Setup Manual or User's Manual of the monitor. Using
a conversion adapter, the touch panel may not operate
properly.
• If the touch panel is dirty, the touch panel may not
operate properly. Refer to the User's Manual of the
monitor to clean the touch panel.
• Do not touch the touch panel while the PC or monitor
is starting. It may cause the incorrect cursor position
or disable the touch operation. Leave the touch panel
untouched for approximately two minutes, or turn on
and off the monitor. If the problem persists, calibrate the
screen again.
(If the OS being used is Windows 7 (in multiple monitor
configuration), Windows Vista, or Windows XP)
• If “Touch Modes” is set to “Drawing” in the “Touch
Settings” tab of the “Control Panel”, select a setting other
than “Drawing.”
4. Cursor is jittery.
• When multiple monitors are placed close to each other,
leave space between monitors.
5. “CBL” appears in “Touch Screen Status” “Support Information” in the “Main” tab of the
“Control Panel”.
• This may appear when using the USB cable to connect
the monitor to the PC, but does not affect the operation.
6. No touch sound.
• The touch sound may not be output from the audio
output terminal of the PC depending on the hardware
configuration.
(If the OS being used is Windows 7)
• Sound is only output through the audio output terminal of
the PC.
7. (If the OS being used is Windows 7 (in multiple
monitor configuration), Windows Vista, or
Windows XP)
The following icon does not appear on your
desktop by clicking [Right-click Tool] button.
• When the PC are not restarted after installing the driver,
the icon (see the left column) does not appear on your
desktop by clicking the [Right-click Tool] button in the
“Touch Settings” tab of the “Control Panel”.
Restart the PC.
8. (If the OS being used is Windows 7 (in single
monitor configuration))
Calibration does not work correctly.
• Reset the touch panel to a state before calibration (by
clicking [Reset] in the “Screen” tab of the “Tablet PC
Settings” control panel) and then calibrate the touch
panel again.
9. (When using in multiple monitor situation)
Touch operation and calibration do not work
correctly.
• When the resolution of the monitor is changed, the touch
operation and calibration may not work correctly. In this
case, reinstall MT 7.
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