From: Pim Blokland (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 25 2003 - 03:43:00 EDT
I like this idea too.
Not just for multilingual input; for ordinary use as well. I.E.
after pressing the dead key to generate an acute accent, all the
keys which support acutes would be shown as such (e.g. the E would
look like É) until the next key was pressed. This would simplify
life for people who don't spend all day long at the computer.
I'm not sure if the cost would be too high, because this would mean
manufacturers only need to build one model of keyboard instead of
all those different ones for different countries.
And what about people who are always customising their keyboards -
no more messing around with felt tip pens, just a simple, clean,
hardware solution. People would love that. Or is that just me?
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