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rhahm

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Hello

I just downloaded the software to use with my new 6-1 Table Mike

It works fine with the table mike

I just tried to program the keys on my USB mouse using the autoconfiguration function

and the program locked up

Any advice appreciated

Thanks

rh





jonwahrenberger

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Rhahm:

Sorry to hear you're having troubles with OUC.  Programming a non-recognized device is a bit of a hit-or-miss ordeal given all of the variations out there.  Am I right in assuming it was some "accessory" buttons on the USB mouse you were trying to program and not the left or right mouse-click buttons?

I recommend forcing a shut down of the program from the Task Manager or by restarting your computer.  If you are daring enough to try the programming again and you get the same result, please let me know the make and model of the mouse and the specific buttons you are attempting to program and I will inquire of the manufacturer (SpeechWare) regarding a potential solution.

For what it's worth, I have found that a simple USB keypad is a great device to integrate with OUC.  They're not very expensive and every one of many that we trialed worked great.  You can see our favorite at this link:  http://store.speechrecsolutions.com/gear-head-kp2200u-keypad-p82.aspx

Feel free to contact me directly at jon@speechrecsolutions.com if it would be simpler.

Jon

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rhahm

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Thanks for the reply

It was a mouse wheel click right and mouse wheel click left on an old USB corded mouse.

I thought the program worked by intercepting any USB traffic.

Maybe a mouse click is not the same as a key click

No big deal; plan on getting a foot pedal and keypad next

rh

jonwahrenberger

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I don't understand the underlying hardware and software enough to understand why, but yes, a standard mouse click cannot be programmed with Octopus USB Controller.  If it were the case it would turn out that you would lose standard left and right mouse clicking capability with any plugged in USB mouse. 

Once you've used OUC for a while, I would be very appreciative if you would post some feedback on how it works for you.

Jon

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