morsaeall: morse-code terminal emulater in python
pehr at pehr.net
Thu Feb 17 08:24:47 CET 2000
Morseall-0.1.1 is the latest in minimal user-interface design,
It gives you access to a one-button shell. Ever wanted to
control your computer with a single switch?
Relax! Now you can with this handy pygnome app.
If you knows somebody who has trouble using
a normal keyboard, this might be just the ticket.
I'm looking for testers and real-world feature requests
This started out as a computer interface for
a quadrapelegic individual. If things go well,
it could make a sweet inerface for a wearable
with a heads-up display. Or use it at work until your
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome goes away!
The primary code drives the gnome zvt widget
and gives you a really high quality shell.
I also include earlier code which does as much as I could with Tkinter.
(too bad tk doesn't have a great terminal emulator widget.)
I'd like to extend this to work with the ncurses library,
but I'm not up-to-speed on python extension modules.
The current ncurses code doesn't have bindings for mouse calls.
(left mouse button = morse code key).
Let me know what you think! And share it with anybody who
needs a more accessable desktop interface.
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