On Mon, Jan 01, 2007 at 12:59:54AM -0500, Albert Cahalan wrote:
> On 12/30/06, EWRONKA@... <EWRONKA@...> wrote:
> > It turned out the device didn't plug into the "Pocket" version of the
> > device that we had. I noticed that it had a plug that seemed
> > compatible with a PS2 Keyboard connector for a PC though.
> It's probably a PS/2 mouse device.
Interesting-sounding device. I haven't looked at the thing in detail,
but it sounds like it might just be a drawing pad that acts like a mouse,
as Albert seems to be suggesting.
Have you tried connecting the device to a PC? Beware: if it's NOT, in fact,
an actual PS/2 device, you may damage/destroy your computer's motherboard!
If so, and you didn't break your computer :), does the thing control your
If yes, then it should Just Work(tm) with Tux Paint, at least in a simplistic
way. (i.e., if it has special buttons or areas, Tux Paint won't understand
them, just as any other app would not understand them.)
Anyone else familiar with this device?
Thanks, and happy new year!