|17 Jan 2013||#1|
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How to prevent touch clicks during startup on a public display?
I have a kiosk style public display with touch screen. The display is scripted to start a fullscreen service on startup. However, this startup phase takes several minutes and during that time the display is in vulnerable state. The touch screen is the only input device of the display and therefore, I would like to prevent any clicks during a certain time period after a reboot.
I know that playing with USB drivers this is possible, but requires VB skills. Is there an easier way to do this from the command line? Disable mouse, open a full screen app in front of everything else, others?
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