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On-Screen Keyboard Maliit Demoed With Gnome 3 66

Posted by timothy
from the several-layers-of-the-latest dept.
Developer Jon Nordby has posted a video demo of the on-screen keyboard Maliit — intended "to be the input method project for MeeGo and other GNU/Linux-based embedded/mobile platforms" — working on a tablet running Gnome 3 under Fedora. Nordby mentions that Fedora packages are in the works for those who'd like to try it out. The keyboard looks impressively smooth and flexible (including language-specific character sets); I only wish it had the smooth-swiping predictive ability of keyboards like Swype.
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On-Screen Keyboard Maliit Demoed With Gnome 3

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