rusolis at poczta.fm
Mon Jul 20 11:18:39 CEST 2009
I've uploaded the source code.
> It is possible to use qwerty-button to popup and hide Literki?
I'm not planning to integrate literki with illume, I think the current
show/hide method is good enough.
2009/7/20 OpenMitko <openmitko at gmail.com>
> Great job, Michal!
> Literki is the best keyboard I've used on my FR.
> Thank You, and keep it up!
> 2009/7/19 Michal Brzozowski <rusolis at poczta.fm>
>> Hi community,
>> This is a new version of your favorite keyboard.
>> This update is concentrated on using libfreetype for fonts, and this means
>> 2 things:
>> - it supports unicode input (at least I hope so, I tried it only with
>> Polish letters :-))
>> - it looks much nicer
>> - the keys are much more visible when transparent, and thus I left
>> transparency always on
>> - you can change the font and size
>> The mechanism for showing/hiding the keyboard has also changed.
>> To pop up the keyboard: slide your finger upwards from the bottom right
>> To hide the keyboard: slide your finger down on the keyboard.
>> You can configure what distance you need to slide. If you just click the
>> bottom right corner, the click goes through to the application, so it
>> (almost) doesn't affect using other applications when the keyboard is
>> Here's the package:
>> Here's a literki.conf explanation (I will update it shortly):
>> Here's a recent screenshot:
>> Have fun,
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