Re: [QtMoko] Using dutch as input language for predictive keyboard

2010-11-23 Thread Ole Carlsen
Den 22-11-2010 18:35, Tomas Nackaerts skrev: in the settings menu. But i don't know how to add a new language to this list. I think you can add a language like this: In /opt/qtmoko/i18n/ create a folder nl_NL and in this folder you need a file named .directory - yes there is a point at the

Re: [QtMoko] Using dutch as input language for predictive keyboard

2010-11-23 Thread Christ van Willegen
Tomas, On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 6:35 PM, Tomas Nackaerts tomas.nackae...@gmail.com wrote: I have a Dutch word list i used once on SHR. I took a quick look at the source to get some clue where to put this file. Could you please post (or put on the Wiki?) where you found the word list, and how

Re: [QtMoko] Using dutch as input language for predictive keyboard

2010-11-23 Thread Tomas Nackaerts
Hello, Could you please post (or put on the Wiki?) where you found the word list, and how you taught SHR to use it? I'd like to use the predicitve keyboard (in Dutch), as well... actually, it is over a year or so when i last used shr, so i cant remember all the steps i did to use this dutch

[QtMoko] Using dutch as input language for predictive keyboard

2010-11-22 Thread Tomas Nackaerts
Hi, I recently configured qtmoko to use the predictive keyboard (smartkeyboard) as standard keyboard. I also enabled prediction. It works very nice and fast for typing. If you use English that is. So I wonder if anyone knows how to change the imput language to dutch? I have a Dutch word list i