I can't recall exactly search in:Olexxy said:Discussed where please ?
Tor said:I don't know what to say, other than "I really hate that keyboard!"
I doubt I'm going to use it at all (except for the pads and game controls of course). It simply has too few physical keys to start with, so the compromise is unbearable, both for non-letter keys and for the missing non-US ASCII keys. If I put the additional letters I would need for my own locale on some of those keys then I would lose something else that's equally important.
But then again I never had any expectations about the keyboard. Those kind of keyboards are always useless, so I just ignore them anyway.
Etinin said:No offence, but I doubt you can type faster on a virtual keyboard with the same size as a physical one, besides, it would take up the whole screen. And you'd have to use your thumbs anyway.
Similar sized (minimally well designed) physical keyboards have proven to be much better than the iPhone keyboard, for example, and much easier and faster to adapt to. If people didn't have so much prejudice against small keyboards and tried to actually use them, I don't think there would be so many complaints.
on screen keybaords don't have to take up the whole screen, and you can use a stylus.Etinin said:No offence, but I doubt you can type faster on a virtual keyboard with the same size as a physical one, besides, it would take up the whole screen. And you'd have to use your thumbs anyway.
yeah, stylus based input for portable devices are way better. I've used a palm m130 for about 3 years and keyboard layouts like FITALY or OPTI let me type just as fast as in a normal desktop keyboard.gerd said:I've used onscreen keyboards for the last ten years on my Pocket PCs and my NIT I don't use thumb versions, I use the stylus version. If you have a steady hand and a good eye, you can be pretty fast on those small keys
teppik said:By the way, is there any possible way to get layouts of other languages?
Additional letters can be bound to Fn combinations (for example, instead of euro, pound, yen, etc).What's about russian? We have 6 additional letters. I see only 2 button where I can place these letter ("<" and ">")