Hey I just wanted to show some things
about using the mouse with an iPad to make simple drawings, using just hold the
mouse down and drag. So I’ve got a mouse connected to my iPad. I’ve got Assistive
Touch activated in the settings. And I’m going to move my mouse, and go to the
drawing tools in Notes. You can see here’s my Assistive Touch menu button.
But all I’m gonna do is just hold my mouse down and draw as if it’s my finger, and you’ll see that I get some skips here. Sometimes it has a hard time — I’m
moving pretty slowly, and sometimes it has a hard time keeping up with my
movements. So there I’m trying to draw an L… I got a skip there. And it’s hard to tell why that happens: sometimes it works
better than others. But yeah you get some skips and I just wanted to point that
out. When I just move, it seems to keep up really quickly, but it’s when I’m holding
the button down and dragging that I have the issue. In another video we’re gonna
look at the drag lock feature and how that can improve accessibility and also
improve this performance on this iPad Air 2.