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Sony VPCJ11M1E - VPCJ11M1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Using Your VAIO Computer

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Touch Screen n 42 N Gesture Tap Double-tap Press-and-hold Press-and-tap Drag Flick Description Tap on the touch screen once with a finger. This gesture is equivalent to a click with a mouse. Tap on the touch screen twice in quick succession with a finger. This gesture is equivalent to a double-click with a mouse. Touch and hold on the touch screen with a finger until a circling icon appears, and then lift the finger off the screen to display a context-sensitive shortcut menu (if any). This gesture is equivalent to a right-click with a mouse. Touch and hold on the touch screen with a finger and tap with another finger to display a context-sensitive shortcut menu (if any). This gesture is equivalent to a right-click with a mouse. Put a finger on the touch screen and slide it while keeping the finger in contact with the screen. Drag left or right for panning; up or down for scrolling. Put a finger on the touch screen and slide it linearly in quick motion. You can assign an individual task to up to eight flicks. There are four default flick assignments: you can flick left to move backward, flick right to move forward, flick up to scroll up, and flick down to scroll down. When a flick gesture is successfully recognized, an icon appears with a description of the assignment on the desktop. To add or change the flick assignments, click Start, Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, and Pen and Touch to access the Flick tab. Zoom With some software applications, you can pinch on the touch screen with two fingers for zooming. Pinch open to zoom in or pinch close to zoom out.

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Touch Screen n 43 N Gesture Rotate Description With some software applications, such as photo viewer software, you can put two fingers on the touch screen and slide them in circles to rotate the underlying object. ✍ You can disable the touch screen function with the Control Panel. Click Start, Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, and Pen and Touch, and then click to cancel the Use your finger as an input device check box on the Touch tab. You can change the DPI to enlarge the view size of the touch screen for easier touch works. To do so, click Start, Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, Display, and Set custom text size (DPI), and then specify your preference. Changing the DPI, however, may distort the screen view while you are using a non-compatible software application or viewing a non-compatible web site. Depending on the model you purchased, the text size may have set to Larger by default.