- to define in a proper file the texts beneath the icons instead of
drawing them in the icons themselves, it's useful if we want
The 140x110 look good, but IMHO it would look even better and more
finger-friendly if the icons were square or circular. I think it could be
Great news, well done !
On 5 September 2012 18:55, Boudewijn wankelwan...@yahoo.com wrote:
On Tuesday 04 September 2012 12:36:53 Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
(Quality is very good - better
A couple of quick questions about the keyboard prototype:
- is this a flexible PCB? Or could it be printed on a flexible substrate so
that surface can be bent?
- what are the dimensions of the PCB? how thick should the whole keyboard
be with the buttons included?
:) nice, thanks!
ok, I'll make something serious then, see if this attracts the community.
I'llstart another topic once I have the first draft ready.
On 7 May 2012 13:17, joa...@verona.se wrote:
Lionel Broche lionel.bro...@gmail.com writes:
I have been thinking
I have been thinking for a while to try a forearm-mounting casing for the
openmoko. A casing that you would clip on the left (or right) forearm, that
would be thin enough to fit under the sleeves or even covered with a piece
of nice fabric to look like a cloth.
This keyboard would probably
I am not a specialist and I am not sure to understand what you mean by
'boot linux from any desktop', but I have been experimenting remote
connections lately so my results may interest you.
The idea of remote connection is that you boot your device normally (the
client), and access a remote
ok, i will see what I can do once I have the phone and my reprap is working
On 17 March 2012 18:03, Adam Bogacki adam.boga...@clear.net.nz wrote:
Not that I know of, but I would volunteer to test it.
On -9/01/37 07:59, Lionel Broche wrote:
just adding my two pence:
it may not satisfy every users, but has any company ever made a
forearm-attached casing? some phone that you could clip on your left
forearm, so that the keyboard and the screeen would be steady while your
right arm writes down. Plus, there would be no danger of stealing.
, Lionel Broche lionel.bro...@gmail.com wrote:
Maybe using an audible 'clic' would be an
alternative for touch screen keypads? or using an electric discharge to
trigger the user's nerves :) (though this may lower the battery life...)
Ah so you never tried fatfingershell :)
true, that would be easier. But it also need more electronics.
On 3 March 2012 19:25, Al Johnson openm...@mazikeen.demon.co.uk wrote:
On Saturday 03 March 2012 10:00:27 Lionel Broche wrote:
Coming back to the original message, is it possible for an
person to carry out
Coming back to the original message, is it possible for an averaged-skilled
person to carry out the customisation of the GTA04 board to change the
Also, would it be feasible to make a GTA04 module that could be connected
to external screens while powered, so that you could switch from
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