Once downloaded, click to open the downloaded file.
Click Install C-Pen Core.app to start installation. If there’s a message about unidentified developer then check this.
In the top left corner, click on the Apple symbol –> System Preferences. Under section Other, click on C-Pen Core settings. NOTE: C-Pen Core is a service, not an app. There is thus no app icon.
Make sure that the Enable Input Method check box is selected/active.
Click on keyboard settings icon in the top bar right corner.
Click Show C-Pen Core. If the available option is Hide C-Pen Core then leave it as is.
Now there´s a floating C-Pen icon on the desktop (left lower corner in the image below).
Connecting the C-Pen makes the C icon turn blue.
How to identify USB connction on MAC
To check if there is a physical connection for TS1.
This is done viewing the System Report.
Click on the Apple logo in the upper left corner then select About This MAC.
Select System Report.
In the under Hardware section, click on USB.
Expand the USB Device Tree and locate C-Pen TS1.
If C-Pen TS1 exist, then the physical connection is OK.
If the C-Pen TS1 does not exist there is a physical connection problem. Try to connect the TS1 to another USB port and/or test it on another computer to verify it.
NOTE: System Report\Hardware\USB list will have to be refreshed at each new connection. Exit it an re-enter the USB Device Tree list.
Assuming that the C-Pen TS1 does exist in the USB Device Tree, then the problem is caused by software.
One thing to check is the VDCAssistant. If it is running, kill it. To do this, open Terminal and run command sudo killall VDCAssistant (provide password when prompted). Check this article for more details if required.
USB-C is a physical specification compatible with the earlier protocols used by the various C-PEN models.
A USB-C to USB-A adapter is however required.
Find Library/Input Method folder
C-PEN Core app is located in the Input Method folder. If required, see below how to locate.
MAC OSX High Sierra (10.13)
There is a connectivity issue with C-PEN Core for MAC / TS1 / MAC OSX High Sierra.
The problem is that unlike previous versions of OSX the operating system allocates the TS1 device if it is connected prior to C-PEN Core starting up. Whether this is a bug or a feature in High Sierra is yet to be established – but it is reported to Apple.
Disconnect and reconnect the TS1.
If that still doesn’t get the TS1 properly connected, then make sure C-PEN Core is started (the floating icon being visible). If not, start Finder, Go to folder /Library/Input Method and manually start C-Pen Core (see video below).
This should force OSX to release the TS1 allocation and allow it to connect to C-PEN Core.
You may also try THIS C-PEN Core update which includes a workaround that is likely to fix the problem. If you try it, please report back to us HERE.