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Maybe that open-source community isn’t the only group that likes to share. Take Origami Project forum member Ticonderoga, for example. After purchasing a Samsung Q1 touchscreen UMPC, Ticonderoga decided to build a custom on-screen keyboard and made both the executable and source code available for free! […]

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Maybe that open-source community isn’t the only group that likes to share. Take Origami Project forum member Ticonderoga, for example. After purchasing a Samsung Q1 touchscreen UMPC, Ticonderoga decided to build a custom on-screen keyboard and made both the executable and source code available for free!

The end result might not look as polished as Dial Keys, InScribe or other on-screen keyboard apps, but you’ve got nothing to lose! I like the dedicated number row at the top of the screen; you get a little more real-estate in the middle and at the bottom of the screen. Nice job Ticonderoga!

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  1. Roll Your Own On-Screen Keyboard Wednesday, December 6, 2006
  2. That’s great, Ticonderoga!

  3. I am confused… what does “that open-source community” in the first sentence of the post refer to, Kevin?

  4. It’s very strange keyboard.
    I prefer Comfort On-Screen Keyboard: http://www.comfort-software.com/on-screen-keyboard.html

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