Virtual QWERTY Keyboards to be used with Fingers...

Flemming Richter Mikkelsen quatrox at
Sun Feb 24 01:21:04 CET 2008

>  That's why I think it's not a good option. We better keep with some
>  kind variation of T9. I already talked to rasterman about that and he
>  The major problem with T9 is it takes time to train and have it behave
>  What we need to do is implement something fast, with good feedback and
>  users will get used... people already got used to write "graffiti",
>  T9, ... and even QWERTY... they will learn yet another, just make the
>  behavior predictable and help the user whenever possible.

I will use dasher for writing SMS, e-mails, etc:) It is designed for
fast writing and is predictive.
When it comes to stuff like coding, scripting, writing commands, etc,
T9 would be great.

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>  Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri

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