MORE: gem attempting to read to my graphic tablet
mdanks at Stormfront.com
Sat Dec 18 01:51:04 CET 1999
I have added to my "list 'o things to do" to only have GEM connect if a
gem_tablet object is actually in the patch. This will be in the next
release (probably early January).
= mdanks at stormfront.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Danks [mailto:mdanks at Stormfront.com]
> Sent: Friday, December 17, 1999 4:44 PM
> To: James Rojsirivat; pd-list at iem.mhsg.ac.at
> Subject: RE: gem attempting to read to my graphic tablet
> There is a very easy solution.
> From the GEM FAQ:
> 7.3) I don't want GEM to take over my tablet. How do I stop it?
> Set the environment variable
> GEM_NO_TABLET = 1
> Later, Mark
> = mdanks at stormfront.com
> = http://www.danks.org/mark
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: James Rojsirivat [mailto:jamesr1 at access1.net]
> > Sent: Friday, December 17, 1999 4:40 PM
> > To: pd-list at iem.mhsg.ac.at
> > Subject: gem attempting to read to my graphic tablet
> > hey, all.
> > i just bought and installed a graphics tablet to my computer
> > (usb). now i'm
> > having trouble with pd/gem. the first time i used the program after
> > installing the tablet, pd/gem tried to read to the tablet and
> > thus caused
> > the computer to slow down considerably--and crash. i tried
> > to unplug the
> > tablet, yet the program was still trying to read to it. even
> > though it is
> > no longer causing a slow down of the computer, whenever i try
> > to open a
> > <.pd> file, it simply just crash the system.
> > i'm on a win98. i'm thinking about adding on linux as a
> > second os soon, but
> > for now, what can i do to remedy this? i have not used the
> > program since.
> > and because i have already spent hard-earned money on the
> > tablet, having it
> > complete uninstalled and unused is simply a non-solution.
> > any help would be
> > greatly appreciated.
> > cheers,
> > james rojsirivat
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