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Author Topic: Iphone app needed. Tap to text.  (Read 1500 times)
KM6CQ
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« on: August 14, 2011, 03:05:49 PM »

This is what I can not find in the itunes store. First let me say I have no desire to jailbreak my iphone 4 for multiple reasons.
I would like to see a app in the itunes store that would add a iambic paddle keyboard to the iphone 4
It should be under "settings" on the phone and listed under keyboards.
There should be a key on the regular keyboard or some sort of gesture that would bring
up a set of paddles to type on when ever you are using the keyboard on the phone.
It should work on all apps just like the keyboard does now. 
By the way, the ability to call CQ in CW over Bluetooth would be fun.
Now we just need one of you talented programmers to wright some elegant code.

Thanks,    Dan  KM6CQ


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PA0BLAH
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« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2011, 06:33:34 AM »

Hi Dan,

Why not wright your own code and publish it via the  Apple store?

Is a good incentive to learn programming, and you will certainly find plenty of books in computer book stores to reach your goal.
The compiler looks for language syntactic errors, so those are only left in the comment field.

Does not need to be elegant code, nobody looks at your source, it only has to work as specified.

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KF4IBU
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« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2011, 12:32:47 PM »

Have you looked at "Morse-it"? It has settings for straight key, mode a es b iambic and it decodes. It is in the I store.
Just a thought.

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