Difference between revisions of "Installing Scriptel mSign Mobile on an iOS Device"

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#Back on your desktop, right-click on the mSign icon in the notification area of your taskbar and select, '''“Pair with Device.”'''
 
#Back on your desktop, right-click on the mSign icon in the notification area of your taskbar and select, '''“Pair with Device.”'''
 
#You will be shown a 9-digit pairing key and a QR code version. Scan the QR code or enter the key by hand.
 
#You will be shown a 9-digit pairing key and a QR code version. Scan the QR code or enter the key by hand.
#Open ScripTouch Sign and Save. In the bottom left of the window, you should see a green square which lets you know that it connected automatically.
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#Open ScripTouch Sign and Save. In the bottom left of the window, you should see a green square which lets you know that it connected automatically.<br>If it hasn’t, choose '''File > Connect''' and select '''“ScripTouch ST 1550.”'''
#:If it hasn’t, choose '''File > Connect''' and select '''“ScripTouch ST 1550.”'''
 
  
 
You may now sign on your iOS device and the signature should appear in the Sign
 
You may now sign on your iOS device and the signature should appear in the Sign

Revision as of 10:10, 20 April 2017

You will need:

  1. On your IOS device, open Safari and navigate to: msign.scriptel.com .
  2. You will want to add mSign to your home screen for frequent use. To do this press the Action icon at the bottom of the screen and tap, “Add to Home Screen.”
  3. Sign in to the mSign site using your Scriptel customer portal login credentials.
  4. Open the menu at the top left and select, “Pair with Device.”
  5. Back on your desktop, right-click on the mSign icon in the notification area of your taskbar and select, “Pair with Device.”
  6. You will be shown a 9-digit pairing key and a QR code version. Scan the QR code or enter the key by hand.
  7. Open ScripTouch Sign and Save. In the bottom left of the window, you should see a green square which lets you know that it connected automatically.
    If it hasn’t, choose File > Connect and select “ScripTouch ST 1550.”

You may now sign on your iOS device and the signature should appear in the Sign and Save window.

Note:

The iOS version of mSign Mobile has a display that automatically rotates. If your phone is in portrait display, you will get a smaller width to sign with.