Call for Illume keyboards and keyboard icons
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
raster at rasterman.com
Mon Jan 19 22:01:14 CET 2009
On Mon, 19 Jan 2009 05:33:29 -0800 (PST) AlexBKK <b.de.bangkok at gmail.com>
> Hi there.
> I'm an openmoko user living in Thailand, and I've just prepared a Thai
> keyboard for illume that seems to work fine, as well as the language icon
> with the Thai flag and the Thai "ABC", namely "กขค". Although I doubt
> there's anyone interested (yet), I would like to share these files, please
> see the attachments.
> (The other components that need to be installed are Thai true type fonts and
> a "Royal Institute" word list "riwords" in UTF8 for the dictionary lookup;
> both things can be freely downloaded from linux.thai.net and easily copied
> to the phone.)
> I have a question though: Is there any way to configure a keyboard so that
> it doesn't add spaces after each word? Thai language is written without
> spaces between words, and spaces should be included as punctuation only.
aaah. unfortunately not. currently. sounds like japanese/chinese/korean. i
suspect there will need to be a dictionary option here for all words if they
add a space or not. i think this is best in the dict, not the kbd, as it's very
much language specific, not kbd layout specific (kbd layouts could be shared
between multiple langs). adding to the kbd file is easy - dict... means a redo
of the dict format.
> http://n2.nabble.com/file/n2181249/Thai.kbd Thai.kbd
> http://n2.nabble.com/file/n2181249/thai.png thai.png
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