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Decuma OnSpot Handwriting Recognition for Palm OS 5
Posted on 24-Dec-2003 12:06 | Tags Filed under: Software

Decuma OnSpot Handwriting Recognition for Palm OS 5
Decuma OnSpot is a new concept for handwritten input, modeled closely to actual writing with pen on paper. A single input area is used for writing and presenting recognized letters and for editing the text. This makes input natural and fast, and allows you to focus on the content rather than the writing. You don't have to learn or adjust to a certain writing style or learn a special alphabet. Uppercase and lowercase characters, digits, punctuation marks and special symbols, as well as accented characters, can be mixed in the same input mode.

Editing is done directly in the input area using intuitive gestures to delete or insert one or several characters. Simply overwite misinterpreted characters. Add shortcuts with personal symbols and characters for convenient input for frequently written phrases and commands OnSpot currently supports Albanian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish characters as well as different writing styles in these languages.

The software is compatible with most Palm OS 5 devices with high resolution display.


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