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NiTrO
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Paint Shop Pro

Post by NiTrO » Sat Apr 12, 2008 7:34 am

Does anyone know if its possible to get the 3DConnexion Navigator to work with Paint Shop Pro by jasc, to zoom pan etc

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Jasc's Paint Shop Pro does not yet make use of 3Dmice.

Post by Bryan » Mon Apr 28, 2008 6:05 pm

Dear NiTrO,

Corel's Paint Shop Pro is not yet an application that makes use of our 3Dmice. We encourage you to contact Corel's software developers for Paint Shop Pro and share with them your thoughts and desires for them to incorporate use of our 3D Mice with their applications. We provide a free API, Application Programmer's Interface, on our web site, to make it easy for them to incorporate input signals from our devices into their software applications when they code.

There is no way to force our device on an application. The software developers need to design their applications to take advantage of our device as an input source.

You can help to make it happen. Send the request to the developers. Tell them -- as a customer -- how very interested you are in 3D mice and how they are a great tool to be used in their application.

Let the applications designers know how you would use our 3Dmice in their application. Let them know how the improved user interface is valuable to you in speeding your work and releasing your creativity. Let them know the value added you would find with them including our device as part of their user interface design. Let them know how much this additional functionality would mean to you, the purchaser of their product.

We have a very active business development department who along with our technical team meets with third-party vendors to help them support our devices. Customer requests are a very important part of that procedure. At the same time, our devices are quite popular, so many vendors approach us -- we give them the same time and consideration, as well as access to our developers for questions and help. If you look at our development forums as well as the supported applications page on our website, you will see quite good results even for 3D applications for Mac at this time, and are hopeful that this list will only increase in the future.

Sincerely,
Bryan
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Post by ghannigan » Tue Apr 29, 2008 4:38 am

PSP is now a Corel product.

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Post by ghannigan » Tue Apr 29, 2008 4:40 am


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