On 1/25/2023 3:22 PM, John-Paul Stewart via cctalk wrote:
On 1/25/23 11:53, Steve Lewis via cctalk wrote:
And back on the stenography-keyboard like thing -- what about morphing
keys?  If a keyboard had actual screens on the keys, and the keys change
(the actual symbol) based on the context of whatever you're doing.  I know
we have macros and reprogrammable keyboards, but morphing the actual symbol
on the keys might be neat.
A keyboard using small 48x48 pixel OLED screens on each of the keys has
been done.  It was many years ago and they were super expensive at the
time.  As a result they were not commercially successful.


Changing keys would be rather hard on a touch typist, don't you think?


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