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Spb Full Screen Keyboard 2.0
Posted on 18-Jul-2003 08:53 | Filed under: Software

Spb Full Screen Keyboard 2.0
Spb Full Screen Keyboard is a unique text input tool for Pocket PC. 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.

It is very handy for entering large amounts of text - as you type, the text is being entered into an edit box where it can be selected, deleted or edited. Spb Full Screen Keyboard also features close interaction with other Pocket PC programs. It runs as one of the text input tools in the Soft Input Panel (SIP), the Pocket PC native facility for entering text.

Spb Full Screen Keyboard features:
  • Full screen layout
  • Large, finger-sized keys
  • Word completion
  • Integration with any Pocket PC applications
  • Customizable keypress sounds
  • Automatically edits selected text
  • 'Skins' and regional layout support
  • Gestures for entering upper-case letters, spaces, special characters and editing
  • Ideal input mode for entering large texts
  • Can be bound to a hardware key

    Geekzone offers a free skin for use with this software. Download the software from Handango, and download the skin from the link below.


  • Download: /downloads/GeekZoneSkin_setup.zip...
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