How to get the QtMoko onscreen keyboard
brolin at brolin.be
Wed Mar 3 19:35:09 CET 2010
Stefan Monnier wrote:
> I just installed QtMoko (v18) on a uSD to try it out, and while it looks
> OK, it never shows me any keyboard, which makes a lot of its
> functionality unusable.
> Is it supposed to popup automatically? If it doesn't, is there some way
> to force it?
> I do see a little "Aa" icon at the top of the screen when I'm in a text
> field, but it doesn't seem to be do anything.
The “Aa” icon means the input method is set to Phone Keys, but of course
the FreeRunner lacks a physical keypad. You need to press the white
triangle, which points down, to the right of the “Aa” icon to choose one
of the keyboard-based input methods. I prefer the Docked Keyboard. In
QtMoko v14, the input method reverts to Phone Keys every time Qt
Extended Improved (QtEI) is restarted, so you always need to change it
back to a keyboard-based input method. AFAIK, this bug has still not
been fixed, so QtMoko v18 probably still behaves the same as v14.
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