Thursday, November 8, 2012

Next Generation of Multiling Keyboard

Many of those who have used on-screen keyboard on smart phones for a long time have found that the tablet version is simply too big. So I'm thinking of making the next generation of Multiling-Keyboard look something like the following:

left handed

Right handed

Share it if you want this to be implemented.

18 comments:

  1. I want to download bengali software.

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  2. How about split as well? I thumb type pretty well in both landscape and portrait on my 10" Padfone... I'd also like to help you test it as well; Padfones are 4.5 inch phones AND 10 inch tablets, so your keyboard should have code written into it that will make it displayport aware. Like how Skype and Evernote apps know how to format for tablets and phones in the same app. The padfone uses this to it's advantage and can make that switch as soon as the phone is docked (or undocked) from it's big tablet screen.

    Also, it docks with a hard keyboard as well... Is there someway I can create a key combo to open up the symbols/emoji/etc screens using the hard keyboard (or bluetooth) as well? When it pops up, I can tap the screen or something for the character I need, then close the screen out.

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  3. On my Google nexus 7, I find the keyboard is perfect in portrait mode. It is too wide only in landscape mode. So I guess 4 inches is the perfect width?

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  4. I would like to see more themes and colours

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  5. Hello
    i suppose - new generation also will support autocorrect with option of full export=import all shorcuts base?

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  6. Great work!! Hopefully, it still supports hardware keyboard because it is necessary for Android TV box which has no touch screen but real wireless keyboard.

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  7. Your multi language keyboard is excellent. Nice work

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  8. how about auto text?
    just a hundred?
    to bad.

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  9. Sir Please Do something to display Assamese in my Micromax A50. Also Arabic in its actual order right to left..

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  10. I like it very much, but there are a few points on the Albanian Layout.
    From the Albanian language letter đ Đ should be taken away as this letter does not belong to the Albanian language.
    Other points: Albanian language has these extra letters: th, xh, gj. but you do not have to put these letters on the layout as it is easy to make them by typing two letters as you can see.

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  11. మల్టి కి బోర్డు చాల బాగుంది. ధన్న్యవాదములు.

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  12. How do I switch it to Dvorak right hand, or custom move the keys. Also how do I turn auto correct off?

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  13. How can we enter fractions (1/2) like the old version?

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