Virtual QWERTY Keyboards to be used with Fingers...
"Marco Trevisan (Treviño)"
mail at 3v1n0.net
Fri Feb 29 04:09:10 CET 2008
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) ha scritto:
> i intend to first give a predictive qwerty keyboard a go - why? well qwerty is
> familiar and requires only 1 press per letter. it seems the qtopia predictive
> kbd works pretty well on the gta01 and gta02 - so now it's a cvhance to improve
> on it wiht configurable layout, keys etc. etc.
To agree again, in these days I've tried a Motorola A1200E  and it
has a built-in predictive full qwerty keyboard  (not like the
openmoko one, this is better imho since it only shows the possible words
using the written combination of chars) that has been made to be used
with a stylus, but I'm able to use it with no problems with fingers
(both using the thumb and the forefinger) with a good speed!
Imho a keyboard like the Motoming one is quite good for wrigin after a
little "training" :P
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