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Posted on 2003-12-06
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I am designing a prototype, being used to represent a touch screen, what i need to include in it is a keyboard facility to allow a user to enter details eg email address etc. So i need to design the keys (letters/digits) using pixels. What is the best way to do this ? (The output of pressing these keys will be displayed in a text box !
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Why not use a BMP image of the keyboard and determine the mouse x and y coordinate range that apply to the particular key on the screen. This prototype is going to be used on a normal screen right?
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