El Martes, 6 de Enero de 2009, Carsten Haitzler escribió: > [...] my bet is more people are more proficient at qwerty than > at abcdefgh... (those really proficient at abcdefgh are ALSO likely > to be really good at qwerty too - the teenagers and young people > totally addicted to smsing eachother on their phones probably also > are pretty good at tapping away on their instant messengers on their > laptops/desktops - but thats just my bet on the audience).
I agree. I feel better with something like this... but using two fingers. [ q w e ] [ r t ] [ y u ] [ i o p ] [ a s d ] [ f g ] [ h j ] [ k l ; ] [ z x c ] [ v b ] [ n m ] [ , . / ] [ space ] This one is quicker than previous, but the number of dictionary suggestions has to be studied. [ q w e r t ] [ y u i o p ] [ a s d f g ] [ h j k l ; ] [ z x c v b ] [ n m , . / ] [ space ] For example, the word "house"... not too bad results. $ egrep "^[hjkl;][yuiop][yuiop][asdfg][qwert]$" /usr/share/dict/american-english hoist house joist joust loose louse Perhaps this one would be better for one finger only: [ q w e ] [ r t y u ] [ i o p ] [ a s d ] [ f g h j ] [ k l ; ] [ z x c ] [ v b n m ] [ , . / ] [ space ] $ egrep "^[fghj][iop][rtyu][asd][qwe]$" /usr/share/dict/american-english gorse horde horse house -- _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community