Hmm....just an idea

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(04-13-2018, 03:01 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: Seriously? Japanese input?
Never mind, I will just copy your name from somewhere and use it.

You use a phone for most of the time right?
Enabling one on these things is ridiculously easy, so is switching between that and English.

But make sure you use the QWERTY version of the Japanese keyboard if you're used to typing with QWERTY in English too.
Lots of people in Japan tend to type with the 10-key keyboard, which to me is even more of a pain to type with than a QWERTY one, which already is really hard to use on a phone any way.

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(04-14-2018, 04:36 AM)テクニカル諏訪子 Wrote: You use a phone for most of the time right?
Enabling one on these things is ridiculously easy, so is switching between that and English.

But make sure you use the QWERTY version of the Japanese keyboard if you're used to typing with QWERTY in English too.
Lots of people in Japan tend to type with the 10-key keyboard, which to me is even more of a pain to type with than a QWERTY one, which already is really hard to use on a phone any way.
Oh well... Thank you. I will think about adding it. 10 keys only huh... That sounds like a pain

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(04-14-2018, 12:53 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: Oh well... Thank you. I will think about adding it. 10 keys only huh... That sounds like a pain

10-key keyboard is the number pad mobile phones all had pre-2006, but on a touch screen.
I tried it since the buttons appeared to be bigger, and I actually used to type this way before I had smartphones, but regardless the way it works is heavily confusing.

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(04-14-2018, 03:02 PM)テクニカル諏訪子 Wrote: 10-key keyboard is the number pad mobile phones all had pre-2006, but on a touch screen.
I tried it since the buttons appeared to be bigger, and I actually used to type this way before I had smartphones, but regardless the way it works is heavily confusing.

I wanted the qwerty styled phone.. The one which we can open in the middle to type.... But smart phones are easier to use so I gave up on it and got a smart phone instead.

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(04-14-2018, 04:42 PM)Claraviolet Wrote: I wanted the qwerty styled phone.. The one which we can open in the middle to type.... But smart phones are easier to use so I gave up on it and got a smart phone instead.

Smartphones with a real QWERTY keyboard have existed in the beginning of Android, notable examples were T-Mobile G1, HTC Z, and Motorola Droid X.
Companies nowadays prefer a screen-only type of phone with more and more hardware buttons disappearing, why is the question.

QWERTY keyboards on smartphones have also been a big thing before iPhone and Android took over the smartphone market that used to be controlled by Windows Mobile, Symbian, and BlackBerry.

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(04-14-2018, 05:01 PM)テクニカル諏訪子 Wrote: Smartphones with a real QWERTY keyboard have existed in the beginning of Android, notable examples were T-Mobile G1, HTC Z, and Motorola Droid X.
Companies nowadays prefer a screen-only type of phone with more and more hardware buttons disappearing, why is the question.

QWERTY keyboards on smartphones have also been a big thing before iPhone and Android took over the smartphone market that used to be controlled by Windows Mobile, Symbian, and BlackBerry.
Yeah. Well, I watched die hard 4 or was it 3..I don't remember but in that , that street hacker found the location using a smart phone with qwerty keyboard and after watching that movie, I was hoping to get something like that Grin

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That's sounds good!! And if that's so can you do a totoro and pokemon combo like this??[Image: 907405d382ba4efa4cbf4dd8f50836c7.jpg]

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(04-16-2018, 04:09 AM)nuttymoo642 Wrote: That's sounds good!! And if that's so can you do a totoro and pokemon combo like this??[Image: 907405d382ba4efa4cbf4dd8f50836c7.jpg]

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We have abondoned this idea as it doesn't please many new anime fans to see characters that are not popular enough to be on the background.
Would you like to suggest someone else?

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I like having the favorite characters in the background too.  I will pick some character myself if you decide to change your decision again

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