looks interesting.. I wonder if it could be addapted to a touch character LCD?.. then it could be a companion input device, and take even less precious LCD space..
I was playing with the idea of an OSK that fits in a small screen space. Here's is an idea I came up with:
Here's a sample app in C#
Not sure if it is of great benefit but it was a test.
YES accepts the current letter, Back deletes the last letter. Jump goes forward or back 5 in the scrolling text. - button slows down the scroller + speeds up the scroller. Swap reverses the scroll either forward of backwards. And the PC symbol Exits the App.
If someone wants this I will add the extra bit to Send the text the the top most window, or the window you can specify in the settings file. At the moment the text goes nowhere.
If anyone wants the C# source code, PM me.
why is the little blue guy on the end smilling after he got stabbed in the eye with a spoon?Originally Posted by tj!2k4
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big a$$ eye?
small a$$ spoon?
or is it in the eye of the (spoon) beholder?