The TSEditorMode startup switch prevents Keystroke from being used while the TouchScreen Editor is open. When set to TSEditorMode=1 the TouchScreen Editor runs as part of Keystroke instead of being launched as a separate program. It does not appear as a separate program on the Windows Task Manager list and cannot be minimized. Keystroke cannot be used until the TouchScreen Editor is closed.
TSEditorMode accepts the following values:
0 - Allow Keystroke to be used while the TouchScreen Editor is open.
1 - Do not Allow Keystroke to be used while the TouchScreen Editor is open.
Example: Keystroke.exe TSEditorMode=1
Note: The forward slash (/) is not used with this start up switch.
See: INIFILE setting TSEditorMode=