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ASETNIOP Chrome Extension

In response to the recently announced Haptix Project’s intention to use the ASETNIOP keyboard as part of their operating system controls, I put together an extension for Google Chrome that allows users to practice ASETNIOP on a more casual level – you can use it when filling out various text boxes and such, and it’s easy to activate and deactivate.

Here’s the link: http://goo.gl/AIfwUG

Instructions are included and should launch automatically when you download and install it.

Keyboards News

ASETNIOP keyboard text editor

The prototype keyboard version has been updated to include some basic text editing capabilities including the following:

1.  You can use the mouse to move the cursor – just point and click where you’d like to go.

2.  You can select and edit text (cut, copy, paste, overwrite) with the Ctrl-X, Ctrl-C, and Ctrl-V commands.  You can use Ctrl-C to copy text OUT of the ASETNIOP text editor (to paste into other applications) but you cannot paste text INTO the editor…yet.

3.  A few symbols that are useful for coding have been added to the base English layout, including { and } and = and + and & and | – just press the semicolon (right ring and pinky finger) and hold to see the options – use the shift to get + and |.

A number of changes are forthcoming, including a new layout for the keyboard graphic that’s not based off the ipad design (see below) and there will be a separate “options” menu to open where you can select the language, your keyboard configuration (QWERTY, AZERTY, etc.), layout, color scheme, and a few new items having to do with the autofill and autocorrect configurations.  Please report bugs or requests!