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Wed Dec 6 17:29:26 CET 2006
Dnia wtorek, 5 grudnia 2006 06:49, David Ormsbee napisał:
> > Did you thought about languages other then English?
> > What about national chars?
> > Switching languages during write?
> I haven't really considered other languages for the simple reason that
> I know very little about them. The only other language I use is
> Korean, and that's so totally different from English that the entire
> layout has to be rethought for it.
Every language has own rules. You can write application in such way that
users can define own language sets.
> I just looked up the Polish alphabet and it looks like Latin + some
To be exact: Latin + 9 national chars (small and capital ones). But Polish
> I'm guessing that making a Polish keyboard that doesn't suck will
> require someone who's proficient in Polish. Switching to a Polish
> keyboard layout (or any other layout) would be done either with
> hardware keys, or an onscreen button...
Or in prefs by selecting languagepack.
> Which actually brings up a question of mine. I did a fair amount of
> programming for the Palm OS, but almost nothing beyond trivial
> examples for GTK. Is there some common framework/API that OpenMoko
> will be using to accomodate various text input modes?
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