thumbboardDA- turns your Palm into an on-screen keyboard with keys big enough for typing with the thumbs.
Write in the dark, write on the bus or train. Now you can travel light--no need to carry around the external keyboard anymore.
- User configurable key layout.
- 39 macros of max 45 characters each.
- Enhanced mode.
- Ergonomic key click on key down.
- Copy, Cut, Paste, and Undo.
- Faster key handling
- Handling of forms popping up on top of thumbboardDA.
- Field size sensing, eliminating field size overshooting.
- Launching a second time, closes thumbboardDA making it possible for TealLaunch users to open and close thumbboardDA with the same hard button.
VKLS (Virtual Keyboard LandScape) Just type with a full 480x320 virtual landscape keyboard by your forefingers (nails or double stylisus). Virtual keyboard fits your desired keyboard
BT Keyboard Allows Bluetooth keyboard to work with a Palm PDA
QuickType QuickType is a keyboard that sits in your Graffiti area
TeleText (Palm OS) TeleText (Palm OS) is a familiar, easy to use method of inputting text into your palm powered device. Many people don't find Grafitti fast, accurate, or easy enough to use. Teletext is an onscreen keyboard application that allows you to input text with very high accuracy and speed. Keyboard requires no learning whatsoever to input letters, unlike other keyboards out there
Accenter Accenter - Just type (or enter with Graffiti) the base letter, and you will see boxes pop up showing possible accents - if you want one, a single press of your PDA's 5-way controller (on Palm/PalmOne/Treo devices; on other devices, other keys need to be used) will select the accented letter you want
Thumboard Thumboard is a unique full-screen keyboard for the Tungsten|T3 handheld! With Thumboard, the expensive and bulky add-on keyboards become practically redundant. Unlike other input methods it covers the entire screen area and has keys large enough to be typed with finger tips rather than with a stylus
Key Rates Key Rates - Change the keyboard repeat rate of your Palm OS device.
Initial delay: Initial delay in milliseconds (value of 50 is half of a second) for a auto-repeat event. This is the first delay, and only happends when your first press and hold the key.
Auto-repeat rate: Auto-repeat rate specified as period in milliseconds