Lets list out our favorite apps for Linux on a WebDT

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Lets list out our favorite apps for Linux on a WebDT

Postby volkswagner » Mon May 10, 2010 5:45 pm

I am sure we can all come up with a couple of our favorite apps.

I'd like to start with Cellwriter  Handwriting recognition.  You calibrate it with your own handwriting!  It even has a built in virtual keyboard!

I have posted a few videos...sorry for the crappy quality, but you'll get the idea.

Video 1  Video 2  Video 3 
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Re: Lets list out our favorite apps for Linux on a WebDT

Postby akhileshss » Sun Jun 27, 2010 7:15 pm

cellwriter is simple awesome !!! SIMPLY AWESOME :)

But, how did u get it to set the input focus on some other window ? how can i write in terminal ? The xvkbd has a "focus" button. What to do with cell writer ?

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Re: Lets list out our favorite apps for Linux on a WebDT

Postby volkswagner » Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:45 pm

I have had no issue with focus.  Best I can say is it just always works.  I open CellWriter and it always stays on top.  I select a field or window where I want the text input, then start writing in the cells.  I select enter within the cellwriter app, and it pastes my input.

The only issue I can mention is the minimize function.  When I try to minimize the cellwriter window, it does minimize, but it does not show up on my task bar.  I just hit the "iconify-desktop" to bring it back.
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