Juraiko1324 Posted March 14, 2009 Share Posted March 14, 2009 Hey, since "Touchpads commonly operate by sensing the capacitance of a finger, or the capacitance between sensors. Capacitive sensors are laid out along the horizontal and vertical axis of the touchpad. The location of the finger is determined from the pattern of capacitance from these sensors. This is why they will not sense the tip of a pencil or even a finger in a glove. Moist and/or sweaty fingers can be problematic for those touchpads that rely on measuring the capacitance between the sensors", would it be possible to find an object or substance that could be used instead of buying a tablet? =S Quote -I may have not been here when you passed away, but you will be missed.- Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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