Re: Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?

2008-09-15 Thread Yogiz
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Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?
Neil Jerram


Re: Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?
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Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?
Neil Jerram


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Re: Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?

2008-09-15 Thread Neil Jerram
2008/9/15 Yogiz [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Can I take it that you both agree with what I was writing about?
 Yeah, you're right. Feel free to fix the wiki page.

Thanks, I've done that now:
http://wiki.openmoko.org/index.php?title=Om_2008.8_Keyboarddiff=53993oldid=53456

Please let me know if you have any comments.  (Or just make further
edits, of course!)

 Neil

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Re: Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?

2008-09-14 Thread Rui Miguel Silva Seabra
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 12:07:52PM +0200, Neil Jerram wrote:
 Hello everyone, this is my first openmoko email, so please be gentle!
 
 It seems clear to me that the so-called predictive keyboard is not
 actually predictive at all; it is actually fuzzy, in terms of how it
 maps your stylus or finger position to a set of possible intended
 letters.
 
 In particular, surely this text in the wiki -
 
 The word recognition will try to guess the next inputs and displays
 the word it thinks you want to write.
 
 - is just nonsense, isn't it?  I've never seen it guess at any letters
 beyond those that I've already pressed.
 
 I'm ready to register and update the wiki to say something closer to
 reality - but I just want to check first that I'm not missing or
 misunderstanding something.

I actually think of it as restrictive instead of predictive because
it only allows me to write what it thinks I want, and should give up as
soon as it couldn't match a word.

Having to wait 2s per letter for it to write what I want instead of what
it thinks I want sucks :)

Rui

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Re: Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?

2008-09-14 Thread Shawn prjktdtnt Thompson
Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote:
 On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 12:07:52PM +0200, Neil Jerram wrote:
   
 Hello everyone, this is my first openmoko email, so please be gentle!

 It seems clear to me that the so-called predictive keyboard is not
 actually predictive at all; it is actually fuzzy, in terms of how it
 maps your stylus or finger position to a set of possible intended
 letters.

 In particular, surely this text in the wiki -

 The word recognition will try to guess the next inputs and displays
 the word it thinks you want to write.

 - is just nonsense, isn't it?  I've never seen it guess at any letters
 beyond those that I've already pressed.

 I'm ready to register and update the wiki to say something closer to
 reality - but I just want to check first that I'm not missing or
 misunderstanding something.
 

 I actually think of it as restrictive instead of predictive because
 it only allows me to write what it thinks I want, and should give up as
 soon as it couldn't match a word.

 Having to wait 2s per letter for it to write what I want instead of what
 it thinks I want sucks :)

 Rui

   
I'd have to agree with Rui, I've installed FDOM which has raster's 
terminal keyboard so I just don't worry about it anymore

-Shawn

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Re: Predictive keyboard not actually predictive?

2008-09-14 Thread Neil Jerram
2008/9/14 Shawn prjktdtnt Thompson [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote:

 I actually think of it as restrictive instead of predictive because
 it only allows me to write what it thinks I want, and should give up as
 soon as it couldn't match a word.

 Having to wait 2s per letter for it to write what I want instead of what
 it thinks I want sucks :)

 I'd have to agree with Rui, I've installed FDOM which has raster's
 terminal keyboard so I just don't worry about it anymore

I agree with that too - but that's not what my post was about!  Please
don't hijack my thread with other random keyboard gripes!

Can I take it that you both agree with what I was writing about?

Thanks,
 Neil

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