Flemming Richter Mikkelsen
quatrox at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 08:24:52 CEST 2008
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 9:41 PM, Hans L <thehans at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 1:29 PM, enaut <enaut.w at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Tim Shannon schrieb:
> > > I would think it would be as simple as having a toggle button that
> > from touching the screen to scroll around (up, down, left, right), and
> > interacting with a webpage. If your in "interaction" mode, then have
> > tiny scroll bars, else leave them off.
> > >
> > in your proposal there is not too much difference between clicking a
> > Button or using a tiny scroll bar...
> It sounds like maybe you are thinking about this button being
> displayed on the screen?
> What about if this button was an actual hardware button, that acted as
> a "modifier" key, which altered the effects of touchscreen input, as
> long as it is held down. Doesn't the Neo have a button that could be
> used for this? I think this could greatly add to the usability of a
> touchscreen to have modifier keys like this, possibly even two or
> three modifiers in future hardware revisions. I think this would give
> the touchscreen the same functionality and flexibility that a
> multi-button mouse has on a desktop.
> I know that some websites make use of interfaces which allow clicking
> would be nice to have this option toggling between dragging to
> scroll(or other browser-specific interactions), and interacting
> way(page-specific interactions).
> -Hans Loeblich
I disagree. We only have one AUX button and I think we need it for other
And I don't want to load web sites that enables "drag-n-drop" feature.
Wouldn't it take too much ram and cpu?
If I want a full featured web browser, I can use my laptop. I want to use
the Freerunner when I do not have my laptop with me. In those cases, I don't
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