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In Qtopia, you can hack away word prediction by replacing /opt/Qtopia/etc/dict/en_US/words.dawg and common.dawg with empty files. Since om2008.8 gets the word prediction from Qtopia (I think), it might be worth trying? No guarantees, though.
 
In Qtopia, you can hack away word prediction by replacing /opt/Qtopia/etc/dict/en_US/words.dawg and common.dawg with empty files. Since om2008.8 gets the word prediction from Qtopia (I think), it might be worth trying? No guarantees, though.
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[[User:Slozano|slozano]]:The only way I found to enter characters with out the predictive text is using zoom, that is holding the characters until the zoom kicks in and repeat the same for all the characters that are needed. Not as fast as putting a turn off predictive text, a FUNCTION THAT EXIST IN ALL THE CELLPHONES!
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12-08-2008, 11:59am

Revision as of 18:00, 12 August 2008

Word Prediction

How is word prediction turned off? How do I for instance enter "http://" for typing an URL in the browser?


In Qtopia, you can hack away word prediction by replacing /opt/Qtopia/etc/dict/en_US/words.dawg and common.dawg with empty files. Since om2008.8 gets the word prediction from Qtopia (I think), it might be worth trying? No guarantees, though.


slozano:The only way I found to enter characters with out the predictive text is using zoom, that is holding the characters until the zoom kicks in and repeat the same for all the characters that are needed. Not as fast as putting a turn off predictive text, a FUNCTION THAT EXIST IN ALL THE CELLPHONES! 12-08-2008, 11:59am

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Word Prediction

How is word prediction turned off? How do I for instance enter "http://" for typing an URL in the browser?


In Qtopia, you can hack away word prediction by replacing /opt/Qtopia/etc/dict/en_US/words.dawg and common.dawg with empty files. Since om2008.8 gets the word prediction from Qtopia (I think), it might be worth trying? No guarantees, though.