Firstly, thanks for putting your library up on Github, the Trackpoint is a great input device; I had almost lost hope, until I found your post here.
I am trying to connect an IBM Trackpoint to a Teensy 3.1.
As I understand things, I can load your usb-trackpoint code.ino file, and reference the arduino-trackpoint library?
In the code.ino file I can define the Pins for the Teensy, you have:
Trackpoint trackpoint(3, // CLK
9, // DATA
12); // RESET
I guess I can connect CLK & DATA to any digital pins on the Teensy; I am not sure which pin to connect the RESET to?
In your Readme for arduino-trackpoint you mention:
This library only supports interfacing with the TrackPoint in remote mode; For a library that supports stream mode, have a look at Cong Nguyen’s arduino-trackpoint-extended.
I don't understand the difference between Stream Mode & Remote Mode; all I want to do is use the Trackpoint as a USB mouse, and maybe as a Up/Down scroller, and Left/Right text cursor control.
Can you suggest which way I should go, please?