neiljerram at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 27 12:20:27 CET 2009
2009/12/27 Michal Brzozowski <rusolis at poczta.fm>:
> For those undecided, here are 2 screenshots.
Thanks. I'm currently looking for a keyboard for texting with a
finger, so the screenshots are very helpful. (I use Debian, and the
matchbox-keyboard is fine for detailed work, but not when you want to
send a text while walking along the street.)
But I have to say, it's really ugly! How do you manage to make the
letters look so bad? Is it because they are magnified from a font
that isn't designed for such a large size?
Also, given that you are using transparency, why not use more of the
screen, like kbosd does?
Personally I like the look of kbosd and the usability of literki. I
wish there was a combination of those two!
(To be clear, by "the usability" I mean this:
> To open the touchpad, you slide up from bottom left corner. To close it,
> slide down starting on any of the buttons. To open the keyboard, slide up
> from the bottom right corner. And slide down anywhere to close it.
With kbosd I have the problem that I can't get rid of it once it's there!)
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