I am thinking of an application to input text using Braille.
I'm thinking about Braille in Japanese.
Is it possible for Pythonisa?
I'd like a keyboard with this condition until I get a new Pythonisa.
@shinya.ta Not sure that I have been clear enough, to have this custom keyboard, you need the new Pythonista...
When will the new Pythonisa come out?
Read this topic first
@shinya.ta Sorry to insist one more time, understood that your custom keyboard will be something like this on an iPhone, see height of area of red dots.
That image is best.
It exactly matches my image.
@shinya.ta and you agree you will have a so little area for the six Braille dots?
Yes, I agree.
I'll let you go to sleep 😀
My next steps are:
- transform my script into a custom keyboard (not so easy)
- debug the problem you met with dots not always taken
- test this first part in an other app than Pythonista, with actually only hiragana
- try to find a way to convert hiragana into kanji
I hope that all this is not too urgent for you, but I'll let you know how the project goes on.
Perhaps, you should install the beta version so you will be able to test when I'll post a first version of this custom keyboard.
I try to build a conversion "hiragana into kanji"
To test it, I wanted to use your post
みずうみ -> 湖
かわ -> 川
But my conversion gives
みずうみ -> 湖 (like you)
かわ -> 鈹 (not like you)
Thus, do I go on?
Kanji is difficult.
@shinya.ta I know that it is difficult but that will say that conversion could be erroneous..
I'll go on and in a few days, I'll post a first version of my script, normally to be used with the new Pythonista version in all apps as custom keyboard but also usable, thus testable, in Pythonista of actual version.
Let me some time please and you will be able to test it your self with your Pythonista version and tell me what I need to correct.
There is no mistake in conversion.
I don't understand the meaning only with hiragana, so many conversion lists appear.
- tapping Download
- Run Pythonista3 script
- Import file
and tell me if the file is arrived in your Documents (root of Pythonista)
@shinya.ta If you have been able to download the .db file,
please test it with this little script
where you have to type your Hiragana syllables in the TextField, then press return.
You will get the list of Kanji's related to your input.
I have never used GitHub, so I don't know how to use the sign-in.
@shinya.ta I don't think that you need to login
I got a stain on my test.
The conversion is OK, but how should I decide the Kanji that I decided?
@shinya.ta one step at a time, do not be in a hurry 😀
This little script was only to test the conversion.
It is not yet included in my future big script of the keyboard and the selection of the right kanji is not yet programmed.
Wait, wait and (perhaps) see