12-28-2007 12:54 PM - edited 12-28-2007 12:54 PM
Of course I've only had my Logitech IO since Christmas myself, so I'm no expert, but reading some of the other posts seem to suggest that the Anoto "paperspace" is parceled out to different licensees. Thus the IO and/or the Fly might be missing a definition file (PAD file according to the other posts). Of course if the PAD files are the same across all pens using Anoto technology, it might be a simple matter of finding the Fly's pad files and adding them to the IO. Or it might not...
Message Edited by Grimpen on 12-28-2007 12:54 PM
12-28-2007 08:30 PM
12-30-2007 05:35 PM
I'm guessing there may also be some sort of licensing restrictions. From the description of the Anoto Paper SDK "Pattern license file: The pattern space allowed to print from, typically a book or shelf license." This seems to be where the *.PAD file comes into play. I found what seems to be the *.PAD files for the Logitech at "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Anoto\3.0\Pads", but I couldn't see anything similar in the Fly directories.
I also didn't see a "TC" number on the fly notebooks, but there was a similar number. The numbers were as follows:
810-16792 Fly Fusion Notebook
TC 47.702.06400.098765 Mead Cambridge Limited Digital Notebook
I'm a little stumped as to how Fly manages the notebook definitions. I'll do a little more digging, but if anyone with more knowledge has any ideas, let me know. Remember, the Fly and the IO2 are both only 5 days old for me now, and my daughter guards her Fly jealously. Especially now that it has the latest Miley Cyrus CD on it in MP3 (I wish my pen could do that). That and the time of year seem to conspire to prevent time to delve too deeply.
01-06-2008 01:32 PM
01-08-2008 04:09 AM
So, Flypen can't recognize IO2 Notebooks pages if PAD file is available in local workstation and vice versa.