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Re: Beta 1.32

Gerardo Corripio <gera1027@...>
 

Yes that's what I thought: before, it was easy to perform the three-finger left/right to switch between numbers, symbols, and letters. However with the most recent update, a letter is typed. I'm using an iPhone 5S with the latest iOS 11.3.

El 09/04/2018 a las 02:29 p.m., pdromey@... escribió:
        Hi Kosta and Ashley.
This is my first time being a beta tester for anything but, as a vision impaired former Flecksy user,  I am just so enthusiastic about flicktype that I wanted to get involved.
I have followed the recent beta versions from .28 to .32 and I welcome the increased options under settings.
In effect, when I sometimes, for example, type a three letter word and flick right, more letters are added instead of repeating the word I have chosen.
I am using both an SE with IOS 11.3 and an older iPad with ios 9.35.  The latter works well but there are some pronunciation issues obviously connected with it being so old.
I have noticed in the current beta a lack of sensitivity when flicking right, in that it sometimes types a letter instead of announcing the word.  This could, of course, be my error.  But it appears to happen quite a bit now and it never really did before, certainly not in Flecksy, or in the earlier betas .
It might be an idea to be able to turn the instructions option on or off in the menu.
To be honest , I don’t notice anything much of a diffdrence between the standard and alternative tap effects.  I think that allowing an on/off spelling option is an excellent idea, particularly when, like me, switching between the two languages.  My own preference here would be for the lower pitch.
I assume that, given the structure of Flicktype, it would not be possible to allow editing from beginning to end of a completed message/email or other document.  Obviously, one can read it using the word and character rotor options but not edit it, as far as I can gather.
I had some crash, and also mysterious switching into ios settings issues, on .28 but all is well since then.
But, all in all, I am absolutely delighted.
Paul
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Gera
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Hi Alan,

Chuck Dean
 

Hi Alan,
It sounds like you have joined the team... Which is good.
You have a good handle on this email situation.


Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

Our 1972 Honda 600 Coupe

Our 1961 Vespa 400


FlickType Groups.io Email Operations Revisited was RE: [FlickType-alpha] Group settings

 

Hi List,



I'm replying to the below message but doing so to the hello@flicktype.groups.io group since this has to do with list admin and not alpha build issues.



The original flicktype@groups.io list was divided into subgroups in order to focus traffic related to alpha and beta builds into separate compartments. With this segregation, the developers were looking ahead to when the app is released and set up the hello@flicktype.groups.io subgroup for messages related to it and other general traffic. I believe if you post to the original flicktype address, it will automatically be routed from the hello subgroup but I'm not sure how this was accomplished.



Groups.io allows many operations to be set by sending blank emails to an appropriate address. This makes going to the website unnecessary and eases administration of your list subscription in my opinion to change things like delivery method, etc. As far as I'm aware, these email operations also work with subgroups in Groups.io provided you have the correct subgroup identifier.



Below is a list of email operations you can accomplish by sending a blank email with no subject to the listed address. I'm using the FlickType Alpha subgroup in this list as the subgroup on which the operation will be effective but you should be able to use these addresses for the hello and beta subgroups too by substituting those words where alpha occurs in the address below: Here's the list:



1. To subscribe: alpha+subscribe@flicktype.groups.io

2. To unsubscribe: alpha+unsubscribe@flicktype.groups.io

3. To get help: alpha+help@flicktype.groups.io

4. To go nomail: alpha+nomail@flicktype.groups.io

5. To go to digest delivery: alpha+digest@flicktype.groups.io

6. To go to full digest delivery: alpha+fulldigest@flicktype.groups.io

7. To return to single message delivery: alpha+single@flicktype.groups.io



I have my email client set to send in html format so that links will remain live so the above email addresses should open a new message ready to send in your email client. If not, they can be copied and pasted there.



If you have trouble with any of these email operations working, please post back and let us know. We're learning as we go.



Alan Lemly

-----Original Message-----

From: alpha@flicktype.groups.io [mailto:alpha@flicktype.groups.io] On Behalf Of FlickType

Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 2:22 AM

To: alpha@flicktype.groups.io

Subject: Re: [FlickType-alpha] Group settings



I don't think you can change that by sending an email, but you can follow these steps:



1. Go to https://groups.io/sendloginlink and enter the email address that you are subscribed with.

2. Once you receive it, follow the login link in that email.

3. Select the group (eg flicktype alpha or beta).

4. If on mobile: Bottom right of the screen "More", then Subscription. If on laptop or desktop: "Subscription" on the right sidebar.

5. Change the "Email Delivery" option.



I should also note here that there's plenty of settings to customize from the web interface, as well as the ability to access all the message archives.



Hope this helps!


Re: Thanks Alan, I think i am getting it now

 

Dave,

Yes, my understanding is that the hello@flicktype.groups.io is now the general group. I also believe if you post to the original flicktype@groups.io that it will show as coming from the hello address automatically.

Alan Lemly from my iPhone

On Apr 9, 2018, at 5:50 PM, Dave <dave.beckett.uk@...> wrote:

So the Hello Address, is the General list?

Dave.



Beta 1.32

pdromey@...
 

        Hi Kosta and Ashley.
 
This is my first time being a beta tester for anything but, as a vision impaired former Flecksy user,  I am just so enthusiastic about flicktype that I wanted to get involved.
 
I have followed the recent beta versions from .28 to .32 and I welcome the increased options under settings. 
 
In effect, when I sometimes, for example, type a three letter word and flick right, more letters are added instead of repeating the word I have chosen.
I am using both an SE with IOS 11.3 and an older iPad with ios 9.35.  The latter works well but there are some pronunciation issues obviously connected with it being so old.   
 
I have noticed in the current beta a lack of sensitivity when flicking right, in that it sometimes types a letter instead of announcing the word.  This could, of course, be my error.  But it appears to happen quite a bit now and it never really did before, certainly not in Flecksy, or in the earlier betas . 
 
It might be an idea to be able to turn the instructions option on or off in the menu.
 
To be honest , I don’t notice anything much of a diffdrence between the standard and alternative tap effects.  I think that allowing an on/off spelling option is an excellent idea, particularly when, like me, switching between the two languages.  My own preference here would be for the lower pitch.
 
I assume that, given the structure of Flicktype, it would not be possible to allow editing from beginning to end of a completed message/email or other document.  Obviously, one can read it using the word and character rotor options but not edit it, as far as I can gather. 
 
I had some crash, and also mysterious switching into ios settings issues, on .28 but all is well since then. 
 
But, all in all, I am absolutely delighted.
 
Paul


Deletion clicks and latency

Benny Barber
 

I just started getting key click sounds when deleting. I have deletion sounds turned off. Also, there is some latency while typing that I have not experienced before. This has all just started after a day running build 32. I don't know what's up


Thanks Alan, I think i am getting it now

Dave <dave.beckett.uk@...>
 

So the Hello Address, is the General list?

Dave.


Re: Fluctuating volume levels.

Chamandeep Singh Grover <cmusic789@...>
 

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On 4/9/18, Benny Barber <rebelben@...> wrote:
Yes, mine seems to be fainter at the beginning of a new word.

On Apr 9, 2018, at 3:06 PM, Nozi <noziphokhanda@...> wrote:

Hi everyone
Is anyone else experiencing different volume levels of the keyboard
clicks while typing? The Keyboard goes loud and soft while
typing a word.






Re: How do you use FlickType?

 

Chuck,

I hold my iPhone 7 in my right hand and type in FlickType using my left
index finger. It works very well for me that way.

Alan Lemly

-----Original Message-----
From: hello@flicktype.groups.io [mailto:hello@flicktype.groups.io] On Behalf
Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2018 1:50 PM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [flicktype] How do you use FlickType?

How do you use FlickType?
Hello everyone,
After a few hours of playing with FlickType I have found the best way, for
me, to use this keyboard is to hold it between my hands in landscape mode,
with my index fingers over the top, and I type with my two thumbs.
This allows me to hold the iPhone securely and type quickly. I The only
problem I had was inserting a new line, because to flick down with two
fingers I had to change my grip, and the new line button on the lower right
was a little too awkward for my aging thumbs.
But I found that I can flick down with both thumbs to get the same results.
The more I use this app, the better it gets!


Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

Our 1972 Honda 600 Coupe

Our 1961 Vespa 400


Re: just testing, if this old address still works

 

Dave,

Your message came through but it is listed as coming from
hello@flicktype.groups.io.

Alan Lemly

-----Original Message-----
From: hello@flicktype.groups.io [mailto:hello@flicktype.groups.io] On Behalf
Of Dave
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2018 1:05 PM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [flicktype] just testing, if this old address still works


Re: Fluctuating volume levels.

Benny Barber
 

Yes, mine seems to be fainter at the beginning of a new word.

On Apr 9, 2018, at 3:06 PM, Nozi <noziphokhanda@...> wrote:

Hi everyone
Is anyone else experiencing different volume levels of the keyboard clicks while typing? The Keyboard goes loud and soft while typing a word.



Fluctuating volume levels.

Nozi
 

Hi everyone
Is anyone else experiencing different volume levels of the keyboard clicks while typing? The Keyboard goes loud and soft while typing a word.


Re: How do you use FlickType?

Gerardo Corripio <gera1027@...>
 

Yes definitely a lot faster! I?m sure I'll gather speeds equivalent to when the sighted type! Anyway I hold my Phone in my left hand, and use the right index, middle and ring finger for typing. Keep up the great work!

El 09/04/2018 a las 02:57 p.m., Paula Page escribió:
Hi, how funny, I never thought to use it that way, but it makes sense. I just usually hold my phone in my right hand, and do one finger typing with my left. It is still much quicker than typing on the ordinary keyboard! :)

Paula

On 9 Apr 2018, at 19:49, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:

How do you use FlickType?
Hello everyone,
After a few hours of playing with FlickType I have found the best way, for me, to use this keyboard is to hold it between my hands in landscape mode, with my index fingers over the top, and I type with my two thumbs.
This allows me to hold the iPhone securely and type quickly. I
The only problem I had was inserting a new line, because to flick down with two fingers I had to change my grip, and the new line button on the lower right was a little too awkward for my aging thumbs.
But I found that I can flick down with both thumbs to get the same results.
The more I use this app, the better it gets!


Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

Our 1972 Honda 600 Coupe

Our 1961 Vespa 400



--
Gera
Enviado desde Thunderbird


Re: How do you use FlickType?

Paula Page <fairyhugs@...>
 

Hi, how funny, I never thought to use it that way, but it makes sense. I just usually hold my phone in my right hand, and do one finger typing with my left. It is still much quicker than typing on the ordinary keyboard! :)

Paula

On 9 Apr 2018, at 19:49, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:

How do you use FlickType?
Hello everyone,
After a few hours of playing with FlickType I have found the best way, for me, to use this keyboard is to hold it between my hands in landscape mode, with my index fingers over the top, and I type with my two thumbs.
This allows me to hold the iPhone securely and type quickly. I
The only problem I had was inserting a new line, because to flick down with two fingers I had to change my grip, and the new line button on the lower right was a little too awkward for my aging thumbs.
But I found that I can flick down with both thumbs to get the same results.
The more I use this app, the better it gets!


Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

Our 1972 Honda 600 Coupe

Our 1961 Vespa 400




Re: flicktype crashing

Ravi Pinapaka
 

Hello, when I first updated to version 0.1.32, the app crashed for me as well. After deleting and reinstalling the app, it’s working fine.

On Apr 9, 2018, at 2:34 AM, tangelam.m@... wrote:

Hi, the most recent beta crashes for me as well. Had to downgrade.



Re: How do you use FlickType?

Tangela Mahaffey <tangela.m.m@...>
 

Interesting! I’ve never done the thumb typing thing. I just hold it in portrate, with my thumbs mostly supporting the phone, or on a flat surface, and just type with my two index fingers.


Re: How do you use FlickType?

Jessica D
 

Hi,
FlickType is my new favorite way to type.
I find it easiest to use voiceover, and just type like I normally would, with both of my index fingers.

Thanks,
Jessica

On Apr 9, 2018 2:49 PM, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:

How do you use FlickType?
Hello everyone,
After a few hours of playing with FlickType I have found the best way, for me, to use this keyboard is to hold it between my hands in landscape mode, with my index fingers over the top, and I type with my two thumbs.
This allows me to hold the iPhone securely and type quickly. I
The only problem I had was inserting a new line, because to flick down with two fingers I had to change my grip, and the new line button on the lower right was a little too awkward for my aging thumbs.
But I found that I can flick down with both thumbs to get the same results.
The more I use this app, the better it gets!


Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

Our 1972 Honda 600 Coupe

Our 1961 Vespa 400




How do you use FlickType?

Chuck Dean
 

How do you use FlickType?
Hello everyone,
After a few hours of playing with FlickType I have found the best way, for me, to use this keyboard is to hold it between my hands in landscape mode, with my index fingers over the top, and I type with my two thumbs.
This allows me to hold the iPhone securely and type quickly. I
The only problem I had was inserting a new line, because to flick down with two fingers I had to change my grip, and the new line button on the lower right was a little too awkward for my aging thumbs.
But I found that I can flick down with both thumbs to get the same results.
The more I use this app, the better it gets!


Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

Our 1972 Honda 600 Coupe

Our 1961 Vespa 400


Re: just testing, if this old address still works

Gina Grunden
 

It does, yes. Your message came through loud and clear.

-----Original Message-----
From: hello@flicktype.groups.io [mailto:hello@flicktype.groups.io] On Behalf
Of Dave
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2018 2:05 PM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: [flicktype] just testing, if this old address still works


just testing, if this old address still works

Dave <dave.beckett.uk@...>