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This may be a naive question but I can't find the answer: how to make arrows in Graffiti2? E.g., in Graffiti1 "left-right" was a left arrow [cursor left]. /PaulN...

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    This may be a naive question but I can't find the answer: how to make arrows
    in Graffiti2? E.g., in Graffiti1 "left-right" was a left arrow [cursor left].

    /PaulN

    Paul Guest

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    In article <bjhijp$ckh$magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>,
    com (Paul Nevai) wrote:
     

    You're talking about a Palm OS device? Isn't there still a stroke help
    page provided on the devices?
    Gregory Guest

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    Default Re: arrows in Graffiti2

    In article <bjhijp$ckh$magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>,
    com (Paul Nevai) wrote:
     

    An even more naive answer: I didn't know they'd removed left-right!

    I'm still using an older model, but from what I've heard there's no way
    I'm going to be using Graffiti 2. Do you like Graffiti 2? If you
    preferred Graffiti 1, there's a way to get it working on most (all?) of
    the newer models.
    Steven Guest

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    Default Re: arrows in Graffiti2

    In article <bjhijp$ckh$magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>,
    com (Paul Nevai) wrote:
     

    Well, I don't know what version Graffiti I'm using, but it has the same
    capability as the one I used previously as far as I can see.

    A simple horizontal left to right stroke is a space, and is called such
    in my doentation. I don't ever remember "arrow key" strokes in
    Graffiti.

    The reverse direction stroke (right to left) is a back space and deletes
    the preceeding character. It is called a back space in the doentation.

    If all you want to do is move the cursor, just tap the targeted spot.

    Doesn't your Grafitti have some doentation or "live" practice
    drills/instructions?

    --
    Rod Smith
    Florida Panhandle
    Rod Guest

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    Default Re: arrows in Graffiti2

    In article <east.cox.net>,
    Rod Smith <com> wrote:
     
    >
    > Well, I don't know what version Graffiti I'm using, but it has the same
    > capability as the one I used previously as far as I can see.
    >
    > A simple horizontal left to right stroke is a space, and is called such
    > in my doentation. I don't ever remember "arrow key" strokes in
    > Graffiti.[/ref]

    Left-then-right in a single stroke is a non-destructive backspace.
    Right-then-left goes forward a character.
     

    If you're used to the motion strokes (there're also ones to move among
    on-screen fields) they can be faster during data entry than moving up to
    the display area and tapping.

    G
    Gregory Guest

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