10-15-2006 08:08 AM
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10-21-2006 01:20 PM
msinan wrote:I can see that NuLOOQ hardware can be used without the tooldial software, but without that software, it does not do any more than my 5 button multidirectional-wheel mouse. I believe tooldial software is very important for the functionality of the NuLOOQ, since my major reason to use nuLOOQ is to control indepth functions of Adobe CS2 applications. Tooldial seemed to be a perfect solution for using my favorite tools and commands, but now, without the software, I am stucked to the keystrokes I can assign to the 3 buttons of tooldial, which does not help a lot.If you take my response as a survey, I would like to indicate that I will not buy the nuLOOQ unless the windows version of the tooldial software released, and I am ok to pay $150 with the tooldial software.
I agree completely, to make matters worse I have a cd that came with the Nulooq which actually has the software on it, but is completely useless to me as a PC user.
10-26-2006 10:53 AM
With out the tool dial it isn't that big a productivity enhancement.
11-10-2006 02:44 PM
11-28-2006 02:41 PM
I bought this product because of the tooldial application. Frankly, without this software, nuLOOQ really doesn't do much beyond the touch pad on my laptop which already has a scroll up/down, scroll left/right in the keypad. I'm pretty good with the keyboard in Photoshop, so right now, I feel like I've thrown away $79.
What's the prognosis for tooldial under Windows????
12-13-2006 08:13 AM - edited 12-13-2006 08:13 AM
Message Edited by ANM238 on 12-13-200608:15 AM