New input method demo!
mario at w-wer.eu
Fri Oct 26 09:16:18 CEST 2007
I watched the demo... Looks nice!
Maybe I have an interesting idea for you we could talk about...
I know that this is only a demo, but for the better productivity (less training needed) it would be nice if you would build up a "standard keyboard layout"....
I mean - first button means
"Space" - then "left" (better a circle left - like iPods) jumps a step left (as long as I "draw" the circle) to "ALT","STRG" ,...)
If I raise the finger and then scratch up it goes to the upper next line "yxcvbnm,.-" where the 'b' or 'n' is highlightet".... That sounds easy I hope?! What do you think?!
Maybe then the capital keys could be used by one of the three starting buttons...
Possibilitys of selecting:
- pressing : select
- press and move up : go up one selection line
- press and move down : go gown one selection line
- press and move left : go left one character
-> press and move left in a circle left go left for as many characters as the circle "moves"
The keys in the currently selected row could be shown in a list right above the button...
(I use your ascii from the readme)
| * * |
y x c v* bbb *n m , . - <<< scrolls through the screen with the currently selectet in the middle
|SHFT* SEL *CTRL|
Was it understandable what I meant??
What do you think of this way of typing?!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon" <simon.xhz at gmail.com>
To: "List for OpenMoko community discussion" <community at lists.openmoko.org>
Sent: Freitag, 26. Oktober 2007 4.44 Uhr (GMT+0100) Europe/Berlin
Subject: Re: New input method demo!
Or you can read the Readme, there's an ascii drawing and the two
paragraph helps you understand how it's used.
On 10/25/07, Lars Hallberg <lah at micropp.se> wrote:
> Vincent skrev:
> > On 25/10/2007, *Zalunin Pavel*
> > yeah, please let us see
> > I've made a screencast:
> Thanks /LaH
> OpenMoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
OpenMoko community mailing list
community at lists.openmoko.org
More information about the community