Two finger input methods (PyGTK demos)
Kristian 'kriss' Mueller
kriss at mput.de
Sun Sep 2 15:22:16 CEST 2007
Lars Hallberg wrote:
> Kristian 'kriss' Mueller skrev:
> > Lars Hallberg wrote:
> >> http://www.micropp.se/openmoko/res/key2key.py
> I intentionally gave the text entry focus so the cursor was visible. But
> it's not worth the keyboard popping up :-) That means You tested it on
> OpenMoko? On a neo even? Very curious :-p
Yes, it's working on the neo - I took a screenshot, see
It needs about a second to pop up the keys once you touched a number.
> > For me it was hard to choose the right finger to tapping, so that a
> > second one could be used for actual selection.
> > It's better to just move one finger and release it at the needed key.
> > Anyway I like the idea.
> That's the intended use. 'Two' in the subject means it was two demo's :-)
Ah I see. but its also working when you use a second finger to select while
the first is still ponting at the number... :-)
> Yes... When one learn where the secondary keys are and can start the
> stoke immediately it should be pretty fast.
Maybe it would also be good to have a way to release the finger without
entering a key - "abort"
> I'm trying to speed it up so it be a while before Your fix comes out.
'looking forward to it :-)
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