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I encountered this issue and found that it is actually not necessary to completely disable the touch screen.

Instead, it is sufficient to "Stop" the "TabletInputService" (with description "Touch Keyboard and Handwriting Panel Service") under Services in the Task Manager.

Interestingly the touch screen remains still operational.  This service seems to only provide the onscreen keyboard and related features.  Also if one does try to open the onscreen keyboard windows will simply start this service again.  So it is a very non-invasive temporary change which is enough to get Aurora's TreeView to work on tablet/touch screen enabled devices.
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General News / Re: v17 Discussion
« on: February 16, 2016, 04:45:46 PM »
Thanks for replying so quickly, my friend was a fan of war games so I  bought it from Drivethru RPG and I'm going to try to get him to play it with me.
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Aurora Suggestions / Re: Semi-Official 7.0 Suggestion Thread
« on: February 04, 2016, 10:35:29 AM »
This is something I posted in the thread on battleship guns, but I thought it deserved to be posted here, too.
All of this gives me an idea for a way to potentially make this system more realistic without making Steve tear his hair out.  At the moment, it's assumed that any ship with only civilian systems has no maintenance problems with 1 engineering space, even if it's 200,000 tons, and any ship with any military systems has maintenance problems, even if it's only a size-2 sensor, and this affects everything on the ship.
What if we changed the rules a bit?  Instead of the current test, give a two-pronged test of military status.  First, all ships get a computed AFR, and a ship cannot be civilian if the AFR is over a certain value.  I don't know exactly what this value should be, as I don't have Aurora open, but as a rule of thumb, it's a value that can be done with a typical 5-cargo bay cargo ship and 1 engineering space.  Larger ships will need more engineering spaces to count as civilian.
Second, the ship can't be more than, say, 5% military systems by size.  This should make it pretty much impossible to build an efficient warship and have it count as 'civilian', while still allowing you to mount a bit of self-defense armament on your fleet tenders.
Another thing that might be helpful would be to drop the 25-HS limit on civilian engines while maintaining the power multiplier regulations.
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Aurora Suggestions / Re: Semi-Official 7.0 Suggestion Thread
« on: January 26, 2016, 04:01:06 PM »
Not sure if I've posted this prior...

A window or something that shows all known ruins.
That's already a feature man.
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Forum Issues / Re: [applaud] [smite]
« on: January 14, 2016, 01:07:59 AM »
On the (very low probability) chance that this was a serious question, "karma" is the name of the smite/applaud package.

If not, then in the immortal words of Emily Litella"Never Mind ... [bleeeeeep]" :)

Sure lets go with that, 200 forum points to you. Because apparently old show are making a comeback this week (here, Simpsons, and another post)
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