I often use the same key combos in the terminal so I added a (configurable) shortcut bar on top of #phosh osk-stub's (pretty basic) terminal layout. Let' see how this works out.
#librem5 #linuxmobile #mobilelinux #gtk
@agx I want this!
I also never understood why squeekboard's terminal layout put the tab key so it was almost always 2 taps away... Does no one else use tab?
@craftyguy @agx It's on the primary layout in wvkbd, how else is one supposed to autocomplete commands in one's smartphone terminal emulator? Typing on tiny mobile devices is painful enough already...
@proycon @craftyguy it's on the primary layout in phosh-osk-stub as well (as seen in the video).
@craftyguy @proycon It's not meant to. I see phosh-osk-stub as a playground to experiment with things without sacrificing stability on end user systems (and without having to download half of the world via cargo to try out something quickly). #phosh's modular design of split compositor / shell / keyboard makes this possible as one just has to swap out /u/s/sm.puri.OSK0.desktop (which in #debian can be done via `update-alternatives` (which basically manages this as a symlink).
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