[QtExtended] some things

Dale Maggee antisol at internode.on.net
Sun Mar 15 23:25:16 CET 2009

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Lorn Potter wrote:
> I find the 'predictive' keyboard quite usable. You just need to forget  
> what it is suggesting until you are finished with the word.
> But for any language other than English, it might be a hassle.

It isn't too bad, but it's very painful as soon as the word you're
typing isn't in it's dictionary. It should always offer exactly what you
typed as an option, regardless of whether it's in the dictionay or not:
If I type "pwned", I should see both "pwned" and "owned" in the word list.

It's also completely evil when you try to type just a single character,
such as the word "I" or a full stop - I often have trouble tapping on
these in the word list to get them to be added to what I'm typing -
seems they're too small and require precise tapping.

You should be able to add a word to the dictionary very easily, perhaps
even automatically adding any word you type which isn't in the
dictionary - I use *many* non-dictionary wrds wen im typin an sms, 2 da
point where "language other than english' would describe it.
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