A Revolution in Stories What is language if not stories? We use letters to make words, which make sentences, which make paragraphs, which make e-mails, which make stories about the creative, innovative, and magically human world around us. This keyboard masterfully brings all of those revolutionary visions to a single, beautifully elegant product. Dots and dashes form the essence of letters, and as such this app is little less than a triumphant return to our creative core. This keyboard not only offers us efficiency but a kind of freedom necessary for independent, passionate storytellers to bring their remarkable untold visions to life in breathtakingly new ways. This app is a tour de force of what it means to be human, and it will surely make the world a better place for centuries to come.
I Don't Get It Thanks for the free software and the nicely produced youtube flick but it's not really *that* funny is it? Morse is used today as a primary interface by many people with restricted motor or sight abilities. And it's the only one that allows touch typing on a touch screen. The skill can be internalized and sublimated to the benefit of its user's attention, and it's concomitant. Good implementations yield a speed comparable to or better than handwriting, and they're easy to realize. What am I missing?
Love it! But... Need to have a setting where you can turn caps lock off. And where you can set a the speed. I type a letter and have to pause for a split second to let the letter load. If they can fix both of these things. I will give it 5 stars. Very great app tho!
Only 1 letter at a time "SOS" is ..._ _ _ ... in Morse code -- but this keyboard won't recognize it as a whole. You have to enter in 1-letter at a time. For example: I type: ... (then I wait) then S appears after a second, then I type _ _ _ (I have to wait again) then the O appears, and finally ... (wait again) and the S appears. It would get 4 stars if it just recognized the whole chain and decompiled it into letters this way I don't have to wait a sec or 2 for each letter to get interpreted after each code. 2 stars because it almost works, but not as fast as it could be.
CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL I love the concept and as a whole works very well. Unfortunately, it needs some way to control capitalization since in my day to day life I don't generally say everything in a primordial yell. For the haters that believe that you can only type one letter at a time, use the space bar to submit the letter. For example, "SOS PLZ" can be quickly typed with: ...<space>---<space>...<space><space>.--.<space>.-..<space>--.. <ENTER>
Brilliant Absolutely love it. Was part of Google's April Fools pranks but they actually made it this time. As to collecting passwords, all non- vanilla keyboards that you install give that warning
Forgot the code for Z! Fixed it, DASH DASH DOT DOT.