Yet another finger keybord (gui mock-up).
edwinlock at gmail.com
Sun Aug 26 20:15:37 CEST 2007
So you have to get used to it every time again? doesn't seem like a very
My experience is that people like to get used to things and do them like the
got used to, not change..
On 26/08/07, Tim Newsom <cephdon at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Aug 2007 9:36, Lars Hallberg wrote:
> > Josef Wolf skrev:
> >> [ I warm-up this old thread again... ]
> >> On Mon, Mar 05, 2007 at 12:02:31AM +0200, Lars Hallberg wrote:
> >>> a mock-up on a 90-key by one stroke finger keyboard. Think this might
> >>> be an usable and pretty efficient input method.
> >>> http://www.micropp.se/openmoko/
> >> This looks very promising. I like this idea. The only issue I see is
> >> that
> >> the least used characters (numbers) are the easiest to enter. IMHO,
> >> the
> >> mostly used characters should be accessible without dragging.
> > I think it's a good default as it reuses the users knowledges from t9
> > systems. It's important to be easy to pick up. But an alternative
> > layout optimised for text input is good, as is a possibility for power
> > users to define there own layout, or even special layout for different
> > programs/tasks.
> > /LaH
> What about a continuously variable system which starts with the most
> commonly used letters and then adjusts itself based on user input. It
> could learn which letters a specific person uses to type and make them
> more prominent. Then, depending on modes the programming or web
> searching or other keyboards would automatically adapt to the best
> layout based on the users individual behavior.
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