“It just wonks!”Exploring Apple's awkward but entertaining Inkwell technology.
Write Anywhere isn't working for Mein Safari 3. I was wondering if other peoplewere experiencing the same problem.-Doug!as
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I'm experiencing the same problem. Tapping inside Safari simply switches focus To The Safari window. (Yes, I used Inkwell to write this. )
I think I'll report this bug. I can imagine what they'll say when they receive it. "Hey, guys! Somebody out there STILL uses Inkwell! Bwahahaha!!"(thanks for replying in Inkwell)
I don't know if you can see this, but here is the link to my Inkwell Bug Report (#5696873).
I found this too. Works in the URL bar, bwt otherwise no - go(this too was written u s,y inkwell)
No - I can't use Inkwell to write this, sorry. I'm also having another issue - some apps keep losing focus if they are idle for a few seconds. I have to tap the active window to get focus back. I'm not sure WHAT is getting focus though ...My wife uses a Toshiba tablet PC, and despite my innate loathing of the Windows platform, I've quite enjoyed annotating documents with it. The inking tools in Office 2007 are great - doe we Mac loyalists have anything like this? I'd love to be able to open a Word document and write freehand all over it, draw arrows and lines etc. Does anyone know of any simple 3rd party utility I can use with Leopard (and a little Acecad tablet)?
To get ink to write into safari, I just start writing over an exposed part of my desktop while the text box is selected is an active Safari window. (This was written in inkwell). Hmm, just noticed a weird double spacing...
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