Question about Smith Micro Manga Studio Debut 4 for PC

Open Question

I just got this same exact program not too long ago every things installed perfectly i know pretty much the basics on how to use it, my art skills are exceptional and i wanna use my touch screen to draw but the mouse only works and we all cant use a mouse to draw that type of stuff ya know, i dont wanna use my mouse i wanna use my fingers or a stylis on the screen in order to draw my works or my comics ,........can anyone help me please how do i fix this

Posted by on

  • leonardjosep
    leonardjosep Dec 30, 2012

    i mean i have the HP touch smart computer 610 its pretty sick meaning awesome its for art people i need that freedom , just want this program to be intergrated into my computer is all

×

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

2 Answers

Why Do Liberal Arts Majors Think That They are Learning "Useful job skills" In their major?


I don't think it entirely fair to say "any degree provides these" and then list quantum physics (which is most likely above bachelor degree) and computer science as examples. Obviously if they can solve "high level problems" they can think critically. But if we take a physics degree for example sure it might seem more prestigious but most people will not find jobs in physics with out at least a masters and that's if your lucky. In both cases the degree does not provide the exact skills used in a job but that does not mean the degree is useless.

Jan 04, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

1 Answer

What skills does one need to acquire in order to receive a yellow belt?


In order to receive a yellow belt, one needs to know how to perform the basic strikes, kicks, and blocks of karate. It should be noted that different programs ask for different moves. Typically, the student must know how to perform (not master) moves like reverse punch, vertical punch, wheel kick, and elbow strike. In addition to the basic moves, students are asked to perform one kata, to demonstrate some or all of the karate stances, and take a written or verbal test regarding the rules of karate.

Sep 03, 2012 | Martial Arts

1 Answer

What causes lose power to power windows and radio and power steering when car is put in reverse


Most generally it is a bad transmission range sensor ( I know it sounds crazy and unrelated) but it's true! My 97 GL did the exact same thing. If you have some basic mechanical skills it is a pretty straight forward repair. Good Luck!

May 31, 2011 | 1997 Ford Taurus

1 Answer

Need information about robots as an introduction? about computer graphics? about jobs on computers?


ROBOTS
One of the least discussed topics in hobby level robotics is software. You can almost always find a hardware description, schematic, drawing, and tons of help on the electro-mechanical side of your project. However, the software, which admittedly is one of the hard parts, eludes many people. In this article, I would like to demonstrate how to structure your software so your robot will function properly.
I would also like to point out a great technique for getting started. Many software engineers make heavy use of something called 'Pseudo Code'. This is a technique where you write your program in half programming language and half human language (English, Spanish, Driud, etc). Pseudo code is very useful for getting the layout of your program ready, to get basic algorithms worked out, and to be able to read your 'code' quickly. I will demonstrate this technique a little later.
As for programming languages, it doesn't matter which language you choose to use. I personally use the 'C' programming language the most. BASIC, Assembler, or FORTH are all fine choices. It turns out that the language is a small part of the structure of your program. The software has a job to do, and the key is to get it done! I am going to write this article in SBASIC, but the techniques are the same no matter which language you choose. SBASIC is available from Karl Lunts website at http://www.seanet.com/~karllunt/tips.htm.

GRAPHICS
Basic Graphic Design Principles Part 1 Lines and Shapes
by Kelly Paal
This is part one of a two part article.....click here to read part 2. As a graphic designer, you need to know the principles of graphic design in order to design at your best. Knowing what the design principles are will help you implement the best layouts and help you become aware of what you have done wrong in your past designs. This article details information regarding graphic design as it pertains to lines and shapes.

PC JOBS



Types of Computing Jobs
  • Data Entry - This is a job just about anyone can get. Basically, you take information from a piece of paper and use it to fill out a form on the computer. Many old hands who started out in this role are now heading up computer departments.
  • Secretarial/Administrative - This position involves some basic office skills. Not only must you understand the basics of using your computer and a few applications, but you'll probably also be expected to take dictation, answer phones, type letters, and keep things organized. In terms of computer skills, you should know how to use word processing, accounting, and spreadsheet programs at the very least. People in this role often move into other computing roles such as Managers, Meeting Organizers and Human Resources. Naturally you can move into mainstream computing areas, particularly QA and Testing.
  • Power User - Not so much a position as a status of being an extremely proficient user of (typically) Microsoft Office or similar tools. Advanced users of these tools become familiar with the basics of computer programming through starting with Excel macros or Access database programming. One can become very valuable to a small business by learning such skills, and even start to consult with other small businesses at rates typically starting around $50 an hour.
  • Customer Service/Telesales - These positions usually place a higher emphasis on phone skills than computer skills, but you should know at least the basics of how to use your computer.
  • Technical Support (Production Support) - Most companies consider technical support to be an entry-level computer job. You are expected to know the operating systems on which the product you'll support will run, and you'll also need to know the basics of any programs that product might interact with. The good news is that the company will teach you what you need to know about their products - you just need to learn everything else. Success in technical support requires good problem-solving skills and a great deal of attention to detail. Technical Support and Problem Management is a rapidly growing area. Users now rely heavily on Help Lines, International Support Centers and the like.

  • Software Quality Assurance (SQA) Engineer - You need to know as much as the best technical support personnel. You need to be a problem solver, a detective, and sometimes even a Customer Service representative. You'll also need some basic programming skills, since more and more companies are beginning to rely on automated testing. The best SQA engineers understand a little (or a lot) about every aspect of computers, from building them to using them to programming them.
  • Software Engineer (Developer or Programmer) - To get a job at a top software shop such as Microsoft or Google, you'll need a degree in computer science and detailed understanding of the field. However getting a developer position in some small company may be easier. What do you need to know is the language in which you'll be programming. It is also important to know database fundamentals and (if programming for Windows) the Windows API. Knowing more than one programming language is very helpful. Understanding many of the basic fundamentals of computer science (e.g. linked lists, arrays, pointers, object oriented programming) will be essential in demonstrating your proficiency.
  • Business Analyst (Analyst or Systems Analyst or Analyst/Programmer or User Analyst) - This is a relatively new title, but the role is as "old as the hills". People can become a BA with any mix of business and computing skills. It is really a matter of looking at what the company is really after. A good BA should know the process from end to end. The BA is primarily the connection between the business and the developers. To get into this job, and into computing, good knowledge of a business is helpful. So, if you gain good knowledge through your job, and maybe do a computer course, you can get your foot in the door.

Dec 07, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Problem starting the program


Hello, I give advise & support on using a computer. If you need basic computer skills and advise, I will help you. You can get support from me, via Msn live chat, if you purchase a $4 one hour online session. If you want to find out more, please send an email to shane213@live.com

Sep 18, 2009 | Simon & Schuster Writing Tutor with Typing...

2 Answers

How can I copy a clipart or something from Perfect Scrapbook Makr


You need to convert the PSM image to a standard clipart format such GIF or JPEG. You can use a screen capture program such as Hypersnap from http://www.hyperionics.com.
You can clip the picture and use it in other applications.
Let me know if this will work for you. Thanks.

Sep 11, 2009 | Cosmi Perfect Scrapbook Maker Express...

1 Answer

Is it possible to install / import old PrintMaster 7.0 Art Discs?


When you put the Program install disk in follow the prompt but instead of selecting the "Typical" instalation select "Custom". This way the install will instruct you to select the two or one or none Art cd.s. I assume your copy of Printmast 17 Platinum has all 4 cd's?.If not then you will only have installed about clip 950 art etc. instead of 19,000 plus when you install the Art disk 1&2.
The only drawback is that the two art disc's add another 1gb to the hard drive usage.
I hope this helps.
Brian Wright

May 13, 2009 | Broderbund PrintMaster Platinum

1 Answer

Unable to get updates with any applications


I used a program called Trojan Remover. That's actually the name of it. It's seems to be a simple application, but the design of it must be pretty sophisticated. It turned out that there were rogue users messing with my DNS server, whatever that means. That's why I wasn't getting updates on anything. I rebooted the computer and the thing worked like the first day I got it. I mean this is not exactly a crappy old computer. I've updated the processor and I have 8GB of ram. So it's competes with today's computers, but the thing was running like an old Commodore. Everything seems to be working now. Plus there were viruses that disabled by Anti-Virus program from working properly. I was this close to re-installing windows, but I went to Major Geeks; those guys are pretty smart over there and they recommneded this program. It works, it really does.

Mar 22, 2009 | Dell XPS 420 PC Desktop

1 Answer

Installing print master 16


Your program may install of the program CD but unless it is compatibal with Vista (which i think is a pretty **** programme) it wont work.

Jul 27, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

Not finding what you are looking for?
Smith Micro Manga Studio Debut 4 for PC Logo

Related Topics:

29 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Smith Micro Computers & Internet Experts

Doctor PC
Doctor PC

Level 3 Expert

7733 Answers

kakima

Level 3 Expert

102366 Answers

David Payne
David Payne

Level 3 Expert

14161 Answers

Are you a Smith Micro Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...