GTA03 Touchscreen Capacitive (was Re: OT: iPhone howto)
Steve " 'dillo" Okay
armadilo at roadknightlabs.com
Thu Feb 26 13:09:47 CET 2009
On Feb 26, 2009, at 11:49 , Matthias Apitz wrote:
> El día Thursday, February 26, 2009 a las 11:38:45AM +0100, Steve
> 'dillo Okay escribió:
>> On Feb 26, 2009, at 11:20 , Matthias Apitz wrote:
>>> Default: unuseable for terminal/UNIX input
>>> Numbers: unuseable for terminal/UNIX, not even for SMS
>>> Terminal: useable for terminal/UNIX, but only with stylus
>> Hmmm....it seems as if the problem with the default is that it
>> doesn't know UNIX keywords.
>> Is it possible to populate the dictionary with UNIX keywords. Who
>> decided that the predictive keyboard would be the default ?
> for UNIX you need chars and not predictive words, I think;
I think you could do it. The commands 'awk' and 'sed' and 'ifconfig'
are words as much as 'gnu' and 'that' and 'free' are words,
if you take it that words are collections of letters strung together.
The keyboard doesn't seem to do any spellchecking or textual analysis.
It seems to just look at what you've typed so far and comes up with a
list of words that most closely match what you've typed so far.
You could use a different dictionary if you needed to, switching
between them in different applications.
I admit I don't know much about Enlightenment, so I don't know where
exactly this would all go or what would need to be edited/rebuilt
but it seems pretty simple conceptually.
A lot of the UNIX/Linux geeks I know make heavy use of tab
completion, so word-completion wouldn't be too different I think.
>> Or alternatively, how do you set the Terminal keyboard to be the
>> default ?
> # cd /usr/lib/enlightenment/modules/illume/keyboards
> # mv Default.kbd Default.kbd.orig
> # cp Terminal.kbd Default.kbd
> # killall -HUP enlightenment
Done. It works great :)
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