Hello Xavier, On Tue, January 6, 2009 09:07, Xavier Cremaschi wrote: >> I don't get how the dictionnary (illume and qtopia) actually helps to >> write some word. > > To write "forest" with illume keyboard you just have to type : > - near the f key > - near the o key > - near the r key > - near the e key > - near the s key > - near the t key > For each key you type, the illume keyboard makes the hypothesis that you > probably type near the right key but not exactly on the right key, so > with these 6 different positions (for "forest") it searches in its > dictionary all the possible words. > > That's why "for" and "die" come together.
In practice this did not work for me. Reasons for this is partly my lack of proficiency with the likes of the qtopia k/b, and partly because I type in multiple languages (one being Afrikaans, which does not have a dictionary yet, something I would like to do a bit of work on myself a bit later). A stock finger-friendly qwerty layout without dictionary support works better in a situation like this. -- Regards, Jan Henkins _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community