Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-09-01 Thread Michael Shiloh
Fredrik Wendt wrote: sön 2008-08-31 klockan 19:49 +0200 skrev Fredrik Wendt: [...] What I'd LOVE would be to use the entire screen as a keyboard (in landscape mode). A soft layer with low opacity containing only white letters and almost nothing more.

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-09-01 Thread Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
Yorick Moko wrote: On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 8:37 PM, Fredrik Wendt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I'd LOVE would be to use the entire screen as a keyboard (in landscape mode). A soft layer with low opacity containing only white letters and almost nothing more.

prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Björn Martensen
Hi, I just thought about something which I saw in an iphone video from apple a while back which was about the prediction feature in their keyboard. They make the area for the key which is likely to be pressed next bigger while keeping the size of the graphics the same of course, but it's less

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Charles Pax
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 9:09 AM, Björn Martensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: They make the area for the key which is likely to be pressed next bigger while keeping the size of the graphics the same of course, but it's less likely that you press an r when this letter is not common in words after

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Fredrik Wendt
sön 2008-08-31 klockan 15:09 +0200 skrev Björn Martensen: Hi, [...] Is it somehow possible to get the likelyness of the next letter to be written (and even the ones after that, es dasher even recognizes words) from dasher and use this information to dynamically change the size of the input

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Fredrik Wendt
sön 2008-08-31 klockan 19:49 +0200 skrev Fredrik Wendt: [...] What I'd LOVE would be to use the entire screen as a keyboard (in landscape mode). A soft layer with low opacity containing only white letters and almost nothing more. http://wendt.se/software/openmoko/screens/keyboard-layer.png is

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Yorick Moko
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 8:37 PM, Fredrik Wendt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I'd LOVE would be to use the entire screen as a keyboard (in landscape mode). A soft layer with low opacity containing only white letters and almost nothing more.

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Yorick Moko
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 9:02 PM, Yorick Moko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 8:37 PM, Fredrik Wendt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I'd LOVE would be to use the entire screen as a keyboard (in landscape mode). A soft layer with low opacity containing only white letters and

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Charles Pax
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 3:21 PM, Yorick Moko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: click and hold might enable clicking through the keyboard to the underlying layer? I think click-and-hold is better suited to bring up a list of alternative characters associated with a key. For example, click-and-hold the

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Charles Pax
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 4:07 PM, Yorick Moko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Personally I would use a layout based upon http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Switching_Keyboards_on_Om_2007.2#Modified_Matchbox_Keyboard:_finger_friendly this has an easy way to enter any key you want (like esc or ctrl+c, or

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Yorick Moko
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 10:28 PM, Charles Pax [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: page I don't see how I could use the general layout and still have the option of typing a Polish character. -Charles I haven't tested the polish layout, but in the general layout there are enough symbols that are on

Re: prediction feature for the keyboard

2008-08-31 Thread Steve Mosher
Raster and I talked about this a long while back when he and I were discussing dictionaries or his keyboard. He was of the opinion that the apple approach was patented, and that visiaully changing the size of letters would not pass legal muster. I didnt check into it any further And I dont