new qwerty keyboard, Literki
jerjoz.forums at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 01:00:29 CEST 2009
some kind of visual feedback for when ctrl or alt is active for doing a
ctrl+x in nano and such
On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 3:54 PM, Michal Brzozowski <rusolis at poczta.fm>wrote:
> 2009/6/16 Michal Brzozowski <rusolis at poczta.fm>
>> I gave it a shot and made a new keyboard. It's only 2 days old, but it's
>> working well for me so I'm announcing it.
> I made some improvements that you suggested and fixed a few small bugs.
> The layouts are improved. The landscape layout is now almost fullscreen and
> has numbers and all terminal-frequent symbols on the front page. Typing in
> the terminal is now really easy and fast.
> Shift works per symbol now. Pressing shift twice turns on caps lock, so you
> can type more uppercase symbols.
> The next thing I plan to do (but not until 2 or 3 weeks from now) is to use
> normal fonts for display, so you can change the font and size to your liking
> and add national characters.
> Again, I'd like to hear more improvement ideas, as I'd like to make literki
> THE keyboard that everyone will use. If anyone is an expert on Xlib, I'd be
> grateful for any input on how to make it less sluggish when the transparency
> mask changes (shift, etc). And also from distribution maintainers on
> anything else I'd need to do to make it possible to integrate and add to the
> various distros.
> You can use the same url to download (same filename):
> Or download from opkg.org.
> Have fun!
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