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Tag Archives: word completion
Someone asked me about onscreen keyboards and keystroke or word echo software. There’s something about onscreen keyboards that screen readers don’t seem to like, at least if the onscreen keyboard includes word prediction or word completion. The common feature of … Continue reading
A friend of mine sent me an Acer Iconia A100 tablet (16 GB) and stand for Christmas hoping I could use it; he’s a big Android fan. (Also, he felt bad that the Lilliput touchscreen didn’t last very long.) I’ve … Continue reading
Post edited slightly to reflect program updates. After Google Scribe went, so did a source of free multilingual word prediction. So I went looking for another one. I forget how I found it, but I did find one: Virtual Keyboard.
Because I can’t sleep, I am playing with the onscreen keyboard from Project Possibility.
I mentioned in my review of Google Scribe that the ten second window for choosing a suggestion can be problematic in list view because of a possible lag in going between the arrow keys and Space or between a dwell … Continue reading
UPDATE: Scribe is no longer a standalone page, nor does the bookmarklet appear to be available anymore since becoming a Blogger tool. I am leaving the review up as information.