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Re: Total recall undo and redo!
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- Subject: Re: Total recall undo and redo!
- From: Scott Schwartz <email@example.com>
Porttikiven Anssi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: | While I am at it, how about this: a keyboard driver which can recall any | previous "word" or a "phrase" by the user typing its first characters, | across user sessions? It's been done. Darragh's "rk" builds a trie of events, and predicts your next keystroke. Remarkably effective. The (somewhat crufty) code used to be available by anon-ftp. The reactive keyboard Darragh, John J. The reactive keyboard. / John J. Darragh, Ian H. Witten. Cambridge [England]; New York, NY, USA, Cambridge University Press, 1992. xi, 186 p. ill. 26 cm. Series: Cambridge series on human-computer interaction, 5. Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-181) and index. 1. Human-computer interaction. 2. Electronic data processing -- Keyboarding. Call#: QA76.9.H85D37 1992