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TN IT300 InTouch Direct (Momentary) Pushbutton exhibits unexpected behavior when used with Windows 10 Touch Screen computers such as Surface

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Description

 

This article from InSource reviews Wonderware Tech Alert 286 which describes a situation where an InTouch Direct (Momentary) Pushbutton exhibits unexpected behavior when used with Windows 10 Touch Screen computers such as Surface

  • Author: Peter Farrell
  • Published: 12/21/2017
  • Applies to: Wonderware InTouch version 2017

Details

InTouch users planning to upgrade to InTouch 2017 should be aware of a recently discovered potential complication described in Wonderware Tech Alert number TA286. 

 

Tech Alert 286 describes a situation where an InTouch Direct (Momentary) Pushbutton exhibits unexpected behavior when used with Windows 10 Touch Screen computers such as Surface

 

Tech Alerts 286 has been published to and is available from the Schneider-Electric software support site and is included in this article.  It is recommended that the Tech Alert be reviewed on the Schneider-Electric online site to view the most up to date version. You must be a registered Customer First subscriber, and log in to the site to access Wonderware Tech Alert 286 on the Schneider-Electric software support site.

 

Tech Alert 286 should be reviewed prior to upgrading InTouch to version 2017.  Wonderware is working towards resolution of this issue, and will issue updates as soon as they are available.

 

https://softwaresupportsp.schneider-electric.com/Pages/OKMArticle.aspx?docId=TA286&actp=LIST,@api,deki,files,5428,TA286.pdf