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TX protocol splitting #63

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stenoknight opened this Issue Jan 6, 2013 · 1 comment

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stenoknight commented Jan 6, 2013

Several users of TX protocol (Stentura, Flash, Gemini TX machines) have reported Plover splitting apart keystrokes. A user on the Aviary reports (http://stenoknight.com/plover/aviary/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=3067):

When I depress all of the keys in one stroke, the output shows as: STKPH RAO*EU -FRPBLG -TSDZ

The software works just fine with my 400SRT, but not as expected with my Flash using the TX Bolt protocol. For my writing to translate properly, I have to use a completely different dictionary. It's like the software is seeing the keyboard split into four banks instead of two. Perhaps this is inherent to the writer itself. I've listed some examples below.

dictionary entries used with Flash:
"S/A/-L": "Sal",
"S/A/-T": "sat",
"A/-T": "at",
"T/A/-T": "at that time",
"ST/O/-PL/-T": "stoplight",
"ST/O/-P/-T": "stop the",
"ST/O*/-P/-T": "stop it",
"A/-P/-T": "apt",
"A/S/A/-P": "ASAP",
"O/-P/RA": "opera",
"K/U/-R/T/AEU/-L/-D": "curtailed",

dictionary entries used with Stentura:
"SAL": "Sal",
"SAT": "sat",
"AT": "at",
"TAT": "at that time",
"STOPLT": "stoplight",
"STOPT": "stop the",
"STO*PT": "stop it",
"APT": "apt",
"A/SAP": "ASAP",
"OP/RA": "opera",
"KUR/TAEULD": "curtailed",

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This is now fixed.

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balshetzer commented Feb 8, 2013

This is now fixed.

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