Lars Hallberg schrieb: > This is a new one (Layout is 'numlock' one): > > http://www.micropp.se/openmoko/res/key2key.py > > 12 keys... tap a key for main function. Drag to any of the other keys > for 11 secondary functions. A total of 12*12=144 combinations. > > To much to show... You have to press a key to see the secondary keys. > Drag outside the keyboard to cancel a keypress. > > A bit awkward to begin with... might work fast when You learn to know > the most common secondary keys. > > Know of no patent jet. > > Old demo: > > http://www.micropp.se/openmoko/res/keys.py > > Tap key or drag in any of 8 directions. 9 funktions per key, easier > strokes (bigger end target, butt less functions per key may need to be > compensated with smaller start target). maybe patent encumbered. > > Both demos can easily be adjusted between 3x4 to 3x6 keys to test the > feel. I don't know hove easy it is to get a PyGTK demo running on the > phone... and they probably perform horribly. But I would be grateful > for any report on hove easy the keys and strokes are to hit. > > /LaH > > > _______________________________________________ > OpenMoko community mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community > > I've tested the input system and it works very well even for a beginner like me. It is very intuitive and after a short time of practice I'm very fast writting with it. It would be interesting to test this system combined with word prediction.
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