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History of multi-touch devices (in general)

This is well worth a browse, especially some of the links:
by Msquared
06 Mar 2007, 18:08
 
Forum: Off-topic discussions
Topic: History of multi-touch devices (in general)
Replies: 0
Views: 1471

Re: My review of an alternative -- the TypeMatrix 2030.

I made a short post in another thread about this keyboard recently, but I've finished my formal review and wanted to share it here. I've returned to this thread because I'm gaining interest in using a narrow mechanical keyboard between the halves of my TS in order to improve typing speed. I bought ...
by Msquared
19 Apr 2006, 01:55
 
Forum: Keyboards: TouchStream, MacNTouch, Digitouch, Mini
Topic: My review of an alternative -- the TypeMatrix 2030.
Replies: 33
Views: 19284

I thought it would be good at first too but you are back to the finger travel. It is a long ways to move your fingers, even more than a regular keyboard. Very true, and I had thought about that. I don't think it's a replacement for a keyboard for normal use, but it does allow surface-free typing wh...
by Msquared
22 Dec 2005, 01:55
 
Forum: Marketplace
Topic: The KITTY project
Replies: 6
Views: 2593

That sucks. So in summary they're ignoring the many people who have given them their hard-earned cash already. Figures. And I bet it's almost trivial to make that sort of change, and not too far off trivial to even make it configurable, even if only in a config file or something. Perhaps you can fin...
by Msquared
19 Dec 2005, 18:43
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: Hello Fingerfans!
Replies: 8
Views: 4488

I am just surprised they are still around after all these years of not having gotten anywhere. Perhaps they are stuck on many practical issues, such as bucky keys, more than just alphanum keys, etc... It's a shame, because it seems to be quite a neat idea. I like, for example, the simple solution t...
by Msquared
19 Dec 2005, 16:10
 
Forum: Marketplace
Topic: The KITTY project
Replies: 6
Views: 2593

All this is great but, after more than six busy training monthes, I can't enjoy these gestures because of my lack of the muscle memory allowing you to touch-type on this keyboard. I still have to use the standard one when I need my brain back so I can think about programing. Hopefully this is a tem...
by Msquared
19 Dec 2005, 15:14
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: Lee
Replies: 6
Views: 3475

Re: Hello Fingerfans!

Is it possible to reverse the zoom wheel function for one application only? (I'm in WinXP right now) I use SolidWorks, a 3D CAD program, and it uses the opposite wheel spin for zooming from every other application... and you can't change it in the software Perhaps a feature request to the software'...
by Msquared
19 Dec 2005, 15:08
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: Hello Fingerfans!
Replies: 8
Views: 4488

but spam is so tasty! Canned meat for all! I remember reading somewhere that "spam" could be an acronym for Slime Posing As Meat. 8) But more ontopic: perhaps judicious use of Captcha on registration and on posting could reduce the likelihood that a spammer would get in here in the first place?
by Msquared
19 Dec 2005, 15:02
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: Anti-spam policy (one user banned)
Replies: 6
Views: 3050

Activating some of the additional gesture sets can be done under the "Gesture Sets" tab of the global features. There are so many available! I enabled the desktop and tool selection set and the onehanded xwinder chords. I use the right xwinder to grab and move a window. Very nifty. There are also pe...
by Msquared
14 Sep 2005, 11:18
 
Forum: Mousing and Gesturing
Topic: Maximal TouchStream Use
Replies: 1
Views: 2080

Re: Linux delayed click/drag problem - SOLUTION

But there is always a noticeable hesitation in right clicking anything in Linux. Just me or have others seen this behaviour? Everything is fine under Fedora Core 1, but under FC3 or FC4 (not sure about FC2), whenever I do a drag operation (such as using three right fingers to click/drag), there is ...
by Msquared
14 Sep 2005, 05:12
 
Forum: Mousing and Gesturing
Topic: Of all the OSes...
Replies: 12
Views: 4409

Java versions under Linux

Just to let you know that I had troubles with Java 5 (1.5.0) under Fedora Core 4 linux, but Java 1.4.2 works fine.

:-)
by Msquared
14 Sep 2005, 05:06
 
Forum: Other troubleshooting
Topic: Java versions under Linux
Replies: 0
Views: 1834

Re: Linux delayed click/drag problem

But there is always a noticeable hesitation in right clicking anything in Linux. Just me or have others seen this behaviour? Are you using Fedora Core 3 or 4? Everything is fine under Fedora Core 1, but under FC3 or FC4 (not sure about FC2), whenever I do a drag operation (such as using three right...
by Msquared
13 Sep 2005, 17:33
 
Forum: Mousing and Gesturing
Topic: Of all the OSes...
Replies: 12
Views: 4409

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