After you have opened AppSuite all functions can be controlled by your fingers. This requires an input device with MultiTouch functionality and at least two touch points. In case a suitable input device is lacking AppSuite can be operated by mouse and keyboard at anytime.
|TAP||Single short touch on the relevant element.||[Left Mouse] single short mouse click.||Active element (Buttons, Checkboxes, …)|
|DRAG/DROP||Touch element with one finger and move element while touching it to the desired spot. Then lift finger.||Hold [Left Mouse] and release if element is at the desired position.||Move elements to desired position (Move images, scroll documents, …)|
|ZOOM||Touch element with two fingers and move towards each other (ZOOM IN) or in opposite directions (ZOOM OUT).||Click [Right Mouse] once for the first permanent finger, then use [Left Mouse] for the second finger.||Scale elements (Scale images, zoom in/out documents, …)|
|ROTATE||Touch element with two fingers and rotate to the desired direction.||Click [Right Mouse] once for the first permanent finger, then use [Left Mouse] for the second finger.||Rotate elements (Rotate images, turn controls, …)|
Tip Activate the display of touch points (blobs) when operating by mouse, see list of keys.
|F||Show Frames per Second (fps)|
|F1||Show Picking (Touch Areas)|
|F2||Show Blob-Paths, if Blobs are activated|
|F3||Show Blob details, if Blobs are activated|
|F4||Show Blobs (Touch points)|
|F6||Show Mouse Cursor|
|F8||Clears Style-Cache; New elements will be reloaded from Style-files|
|F11||Switches Window/Fullscreen Mode|
|F12||Create a screenshot in AppSuite > AppLoader > data > screenshots|
|0-9||Used to simulate Tags/Markers siehe hier|