WenWM · Mar 29, 2010 at 10:27 pm

HTC_IME Keyboard V19

This keyboard is slowly becoming the most popular app on XDA. The keyboard has brought many new features to the typical Android keyboards, and so it seems right for us to keep you up to date on it.

Originally posted by jonasl

Features:
Recent ones in bold

  • Customizable language settings
  • Smileys hacked into the hide key (see screen shots)
  • Custom smileys
  • Installs also on Android < 2.1
  • Custom word candidate bar that raises the keyboards so dictionary won’t cover the app you type in
  • Prediction in fields with own suggestions (search bar etc.)
  • Prediction in fields that sets the filter flag
  • Prediction in URL fields
  • Disable automatic capitalization
  • Play sounds in silent mode
  • Set sound level
  • Automatic space insertion
  • Enable prediction with cursor in or adjacent to existing words (QWERTY only)
  • Enable a space bar key in URL keyboard (experimental)
  • Prediction for physical keyboard (reported working, not tested by me)
  • Support for German QWERTZ hard KB layout
  • Show voice input button for all keyboards with a settings button
  • Swipe right for voice input on any keyboard
  • Swipe left to delete word
  • Swipe down to hide keyboard
  • Disable key preview popup
  • Use Google development server for voice (supports German but isn’t online 24/7)
  • Position of word candidate list is saved if you long press and move it
  • Left align word candidate list
  • MANY HTC bugs fixed, the changelog for a few of them
  • Droid landscape support with resolution related glitches
  • User dictionary import/export (for backup or building your dictionary on your computer)
  • User dictionary accepts any character, not just HTC approved ones
  • Custom vibration length
  • Character replacement (can remove diacritic chars)
  • Pipe key in qwerty mode
  • My source code is now available for your own modding pleasure

Get this for your device in the application thread.


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