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Chapter 15. Improving Your Lifestyle wit... > Use Handwriting Recognition

Use Handwriting Recognition

If you have any history with Palm devices, you're probably familiar with the popular Graffiti input system used on most Palm/palmOne devices other than the Treo. The Graffiti input system is a handwriting-recognition system that translates strokes made with the stylus into characters, effectively allowing you to type via handwriting. Treo devices don't include the Graffiti software, presumably because they have full QWERTY keyboards that are considerably more efficient than writing characters by hand. This feature is great if you've never used a Palm device before, but it could be a serious downer if you're already a Graffiti master from years of Palm usage. For this reason, you might want to consider adding Graffiti as a third-party application.

The third-party application to which I'm referring is Jot, published by Communication Intelligence Corporation (CIC). Jot is actually the same software known as Graffiti 2 in other Palm devices, such as the Zire and Tungsten series of devices. You can download Jot from MyTreo.net via the following link: http://mytreo.net/downloads/author-CIC.html.


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