@progressivist_penguin ahh! Sorry, I assumed you were looking for a more technical option. Basica…

@progressivist_penguin ahh! Sorry, I assumed you were looking for a more technical option. Basically, I was suggesting using an OS like Open XenServer, which allows you to create Virtual Machines. Then using IOMMU (a method to allow Virtual Machines to talk directly to hardware), you could run a Windows Virtual machine with it’s only purpose being to make direct use of the screen pad. Then a second Virtual Machine with your choice of OS to make use of the main display. Goodness knows if it would actually work, I imagine it would be difficult to actually get it to function. To be honest though, the screenpad is relatively unique in the world of laptop hardware. Sadly, I doubt there would be a lot of open source applications that can make it function in the way you want. You could ask on the Support forums though 👍😊

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