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StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?

Posted by Allen 
awk
Re: StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?
July 28, 2008 08:32AM
GUYS before you start calling it "abandonware", there are ways to make strokeit work in Vista..

Look at the above posts..
1) for IE, disable "protected mode" (somewhere in "internet options", "security" settings)
2) for getting back trails, go to System properties, performance tab and select "optimize for best performance"

It works for me!!!

The line is back, as good as XP, no crashes (well I've only used it for 2 days now), and also works in IE..

Its a great program.. so please don't give up so easy.

thanks to the guys for suggesting the above fixes.. (all in this forum).. and thanks to Jeff for this tool.
1324
Re: StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?
August 02, 2008 06:41PM
what do you mean by system properties?
Re: StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?
August 15, 2008 07:54PM
"optimize for best performance" means "crappiest visuals"!
aby
Re: StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?
August 15, 2008 08:08PM
1324 Wrote:
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> what do you mean by system properties?

I think it means you can right click on My computer, select "properties" and somewhere there's performance tab.
ashish
Re: StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?
August 26, 2008 06:23AM
how do u make this work for ie 7 pls , really need t know this ?

i m using windows vista buisness and the lines in stroke it are disabled too ...

the application is not disabled
Re: StrokeIt work on Windows Vista?
August 26, 2008 07:07AM
I expect you are running IE7 in protected mode (the default) and StrokeIt cannot interact with it for this reason. You can disable protected mode (Tools > Internet Options > Security) but you will of course decrease your security. What I do is use a plug-in called IE7Pro (http://ie7pro.com/) that has its own gesture recognition (more limited than StrokeIt)
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