Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Hacking the TTouchKeyboard Part II

Hacking the TTouchKeyboard Part I
Hacking the TTouchKeyboard Part II
Hacking the TTouchKeyboard Part III
Hacking the TTouchKeyboard Part IV
Hacking the TTouchKeyboard Part V (not published yet)

This post is going to be short because it is just an example application that you can download source code to illustrate how to access and save a touch keyboard layout as an XML file.

My next post will be an example application illustrating generate a resource file from the XML file so you can make your own keyboard layouts.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't figure out the relationship of a "Layout" and a "Language". For instance, how do I change the keyboard to the standard Russian keyboard? Or a bit more complicated, the Persian keyboard (for rtl)?

Chris Bensen said...

To change the you must install input languages via the Text Services and Input Languages dialog. Once this is done you will have a system notification icon that will allow you to change the input language. The touch keyboard will detect the input language change and change layouts.

I could write a whole post on this and go into more detail if this isn't clear enough?

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