Phatware recently updated their Phatpad software to work with Windows Vista. I had the opportunity to have a demo copy to play with to do an InkShow, and I am not disappointed. This is my first time with the program and I have to say that I was impressed with the program.
In this InkShow, I have run through some of the main features of the program. One thing I liked was the shape recognition while jotting down a note. There are many of the features that I didn’t go over in the InkShow, but there is a free 30 day trial for anybody that wants to experience the full featured program for themselves. Some of the improvements for this version are:
- Allows to load background images
- Allows toolbar customization
- Supports handwriting recognition (PenOffice and/or CalliGrapher software is required, sold separately); Tablet PC recognizer can be also used
- Supports vertical and horizontal auto scrolling
- Allows to mix digital text, handwriting and drawing on the same page
- Supports document templates
- Supports printing (Desktop/Tablet PC)
- Supports document password protection with 265-bit encryption
- Includes 7 UI themes (Desktop/Tablet PC)
- Includes new bring to front/send to back commands
- Includes spell checker for Desktop PC
- Allows changing page order in the PhatPad document
- Allows notes animation with new Animation feature
- Includes multiple customizable toolbars
- Includes new File and Page managers for Pocket PC
- Includes new Pocket PC Today screen add-on
- Supports Windows Mobile 5.0 more…
- Supports Windows Vista (x86 and x64)
Enjoy the show! Also, look for the follow up show with PhatPad and Pocket PC syncing!!
Please note – the start of the recording has some microphone issues
Lowres video here, click to play:
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