Well,  the whole thing feels a little weird actually since you don't  know when 
you have brailled an actual character as it were. It's probably something that 
we're not getting that is fairly simple since coordination and hand strength 
isn't an issue here. It'd be neat to make it work though, because it could be a 
lot quicker than the default onscreen keyboard for the times when the bluetooth 
one isn't handy. It's probably like dictation in that it's some sort of art.

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