Embed Big keyboard in .Net Compact Framework 2.0.

I am windows mobile developer and created a manual keyboard of own in .Net CF 2.0 but that makes our application bulky because of so many controls added on it and effects our performance.

I also researched on internet for virtual keyboard but all was still occupy lots of space. I called handheld SIP already in my application but it it very small and would not fulfill our requirements.

So I need a big keyboard something more like the Iphone keyboard which I can embed in .Net CF application.

Thanks for any help.

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Eternal_BardSenior DeveloperCommented:
Did you develop this as a graphic control or with many images as controls or windows controls? I think that to do a good performer keyboard, you need to do as this kind of things are done in games, makeing a custom control that is made with graphics API and rendering it. But I don´t know how you made this.
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