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* on a palmtop computer * on a wearable computer * when operating a computer one-handed, by joystick, touchscreen, trackball, or mouse * when operating a computer with zero hands (i.e., by head-mouse or by eyetracker).
The eyetracking version of Dasher allows an experienced user to write text as fast as normal handwriting - 25 words per minute; using a mouse, experienced users can write at 39 words per minute.
Dasher uses a more advanced prediction algorithm than the T9(tm) system often used in mobile phones, making it sensitive to surrounding context.
Dasher Version 4.11 ------------------- Dasher is a zooming predictive text entry system, designed for situations where keyboard input is impractical (for instance, accessibility or PDAs). It is usable with highly limited amounts of physical input while still allowing high rates of text entry. Dasher is Free software released under the GPL. Further documentation may be found in the Doc/ subdirect more»
=========== Dasher 4.11 =========== * New two-push, one button, dynamic mode (which reduces the up-and-down motion of one button dynamic mode). * Fix switching alphabets and then deleting across languages. * Gtk: Fix blank start window caused by new Gtk library. * Gtk: Don't use libglade. ============= Dasher 4.10.2 ============= * MacOS X version uses OpenGL * Fix compass mode (b more»
dasher(1) User Commands dasher(1) NAME dasher - graphical predictive text entry system SYNOPSIS dasher [OPTIONS] [filename] DESCRIPTION Dasher is an information-efficient text-entry interface, driven by natural continuous pointing gestures. Dasher is a competitive text-entry system wherever a full-size keyboard more»
dasher (4.11-2) unstable; urgency=low * Update repository URL. * Replace at-spi dependency with more»
2010-03-13 Patrick Welche <email@example.com> * Win32: Fix windows build. * Win32: Clean up Uxthem more»
Dasher is written by: Chris Ball Ignas Budvytis Peter Conlon Phil Cowans Frederik Eaton Behdad Esfa more»
This package was debianized by Matthew Garrett <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 27 Nov 2002 13:27:51 +0 more»