Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
> the illume keyboard is the one with "full qwerty" and no fancy graphics.. also
> able to have fancy graphics just by a theme changes and can also do prediction
> (correction) or no correction as desired (the terminal keyboard layout
> basically disabled any dictionary lookup/correction as it sends keys directly 
> as
> pressed and doesn't compose in the buffer, but the default layout does compose
> words and thus use whatever dictionary you have selected). it supports 
> multiple
> dictionaries at the same time (just select the system one) a personal
> dictionary (where anything you type gets added in and thus the keyboard learns
> your typing habits), and also supports multiple keyboard layouts (where you
> just can edit a .kbd data file to define a new keyboard layout and add extra
> keys or remove them, shuffle them around etc.)

I was wondering... Why not adding a special option under dictionaries 
not to use a dictionary at all and disabling the spell check while 
writing? I know that the same can do editing the keyboards file, but you 
can figure that this is quite annoying if you'd like to have more 
keyboard layouts and you should "rewrite" them not to use the spell 
check correction.

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