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MulkeyTouch, Multi-Touch Keyboard for WM
Who said Windows Mobile is dead? A lot of members are still using it. XDA member TangoChen presents MulkeyTouch, an application for resistive screens that will let you have multi touch on your WM device. You’ll get three points:
1. Fixed Point – When you put your First finger on the screen.
2. Real Point – It is truly detected by the hardware when two fingers are put.
3. Fake Point – When you place your second finger the position is detected by the application.
For example, you can hold Shift key and press any letters key at the same time to input capital letters but you can’t press two letters keys at the same time.
The application is on development stage, so bugs are expected but please leave feed back so it can be improved on future versions.
Originally posted by TangoChen
[App-Released!]MulkeyTouch – A Multi-Touch Keyboard on WinMo Resistive Screens
It’s really truly able to have a multi-touch keyboard on a resistive screen WinMo!!
it may takes some time.but then how many people would still use Windows Phone classic(except HD2)?!
MulkeyTouch = MultiTouch Key(board)
for more introduces pls read the following Notice.
(W)VGA resolution[actually the technology works for all resistive screen-devices] .NET CF 3.5 or higher
How it comes true?
read my first thread:
Multi 2.0 – Show and Explain Dual-Touch Technology On Resistive Screens
Continue to the application thread.
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