Dasher is an information-efficient text-entry interface, driven by natural continuous pointing gestures. It is a competitive text-entry system wherever a full-size keyboard cannot be used--on a palmtop or wearable computer, when operating a computer one-handed, by joystick, touchscreen, trackball, or mouse, or when operating a computer with zero hands (i.e., by head-mouse or by eyetracker).
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Release Notes: This release fixes a crash when scrolling precisely vertically. GTK: the speed spin button on the main screen now changes, and is in sync with the value in preferences.
Release Notes: The incorrect zooming behavior at the top and bottom edges of the canvas has been rectified. A new GTK2 interface has been added, which removes the requirement for GTKMM.
Release Notes: The default alphabet was reordered for ease of use. API documentation was added. The font size is now changeable. Flicker was reduced. A one-dimensional input mode was introduced. Logical position of the mouse pointer can be displayed. Various settings' persistence issues were fixed. Prediction was improved. Experimental GTK2 code was added.
Release Notes: Dasher 3.0 is a complete rewrite of Dasher in C++. The core functionality has been abstracted away from the interface, making it easy to port to new platforms.