I think it would be a good idea to just ask your distribution to provide
packages for it.
Even though Maliit doesn't put accessibility on its front page, I think it's a
Torsdag 19. januar 2012 10.36.45 skrev du:
> On 17. jan. 2012, at 11.21, Deri James wrote:
> > On Tuesday 17 Jan 2012 03:31:36 Kyle Pablo wrote:
> >> Hello Frederik,
> >> If Maliit will work with the Plasma Active API that's great. I'm
> >> really interested in seeing KDE have a virtual/onscreen keyboard with
> >> enhanced features for the disabled. I can type faster on my Android
> >> phone (word completion) compared to using xvkbd or kvkbd. I use to use
> >> kvkbd but the pressing of the buttons became too sensitive.
> >> Thanks,
> >> Kyle
> > I find Dasher (http://www.inference.phy.cam.ac.uk/dasher/) the easiest and
> > fastest input method for my disability (cerebral palsy), the only drawback
> > is its non-integration with KDE. If someone could port it to Plasma that
> > would be fantastic.
> > If any work was done I'd suggest splitting the word prediction/completion
> > code, in Dasher, into a separate (dbus?) modulle which can be used by the
> > whole of KDE where word completion is appropriate.
> I know Harald worked on a Qt version of Dasher and it does work. That does
> not mean it's anywhere near maintained or itegrated.
> It would be great if someone could pick up all of this.
> I'd certainly try to help, but have my hands more than full, so I won't
> touch keyboards in the near future.
> > Regards
> > Deri
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