Openmoko keyboard mockup
kimaidou at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 10:14:19 CET 2009
Ok. Thanks both for your usefull answers.
@Vasily : T9 is patented, but we can reproduce the same functionnality, as
OpenOffice did with Microsoft Office, or am I missing something ?
@Xavier : Ah ah, I completely lost this one ! I wil try it now
@ both and others : what about transparency ?
2009/1/6 Xavier Cremaschi <omega.xavier at gmail.com>
> > I don't get how the dictionnary (illume and qtopia) actually helps to
> > write some word.
> To write "forest" with illume keyboard you just have to type :
> - near the f key
> - near the o key
> - near the r key
> - near the e key
> - near the s key
> - near the t key
> For each key you type, the illume keyboard makes the hypothesis that you
> probably type near the right key but not exactly on the right key, so
> with these 6 different positions (for "forest") it searches in its
> dictionary all the possible words.
> That's why "for" and "die" come together.
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