Friday, July 29, 2005

Virtual keyboard for hires devices

For Pocket PCs there are some programs, but not so many for Palms. But now Palm owners can use their high-resolution screens (320x480 px) as a keyboard. The member "Scott" from the Tapland forums wrote the small program for Zodiacs. They work on Palms too (T|T5 simulator), but not with Sonys (UX50 simulator).

Now write how fast you can write!


Blogger Steven Fisher said...

Don't the Tungsten have a keyboard view already?

(Granted, this one looks nicer.)

2:03 AM  
Blogger Alexander Gratz said...


Palms (Tungsten) have a SMALL virtual keyboard. You can only use it with the stylus. You can use this one with your fingers.


11:56 AM  
Blogger Alexander Gratz said...

And I forgot: If it looks in the picture as it would be the standard small keyboard, this isn't so. There are TWO pictures, both have 480x320 px (HiRes)

11:57 AM  
Blogger Tam Hanna said...

I can only confirm that it makes typing way easier in VersaMail. I am a betatester from the first minute, and always liked it so far. Just click on the images to enlarge!
Best regards
Tam Hanna

12:11 PM  
Blogger fuhgettaboutit123 said...

Somehow or other I came across this prc a while back, and it was cool for the most part. I don't really like being limited to only 1 or 2 lines of text, I feel like I'm stuck on a 1985 word processor machine. Also it conflicted with my fitaly if I didn't remember to manually disable the fitaly keyboard, since fitaly is a hack on the Zodiac and conflicts with many things. (grumble grumble)

I don't notice a significant increase in speed or ease of use, but I'm sure I'm not the average user. Fitaly is still the fastest mode of text input for me. I used another thumb-typing program called... oh what was it called? Damn. Anyhow, it was basically a T9-modelled application where you typed the "phonekeys" onscreen and it would recognize words, and it even had a "complete the word" button so you could quickly enter longer words with only a few button presses.

That program was impressive to me, though the interface on this new one (like a Franklin organizer, eh?) is nicer looking of course.


10:54 PM  
Blogger Tam Hanna said...

why dont you email your suggestions to Scott?
Best regards
Tam Hanna

12:40 PM  
Anonymous abecdd said...

Did you guys already know this application:

Unfortunately the developer apperantly stoped working on it.

11:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you guys already know this application:


Unfortunately the developer apperantl

11:43 AM  
Blogger Tam Hanna said...

thank you for pointing this out! However, we will soon have yet another program doing this. Competition always is good!
Best regards
Tam Hanna

4:19 PM  
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