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Silkyboard II 3.0

Silkyboard II - the most portable keyboard


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  • Last Updated: Dec 12, 2008
  • License: Shareware $39.95
  • OS: Palm OS
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Silkyboard II is a System Utilities software developed by NOVASIB, LLC. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Silkyboard II:

BrothersoftEditor: Silkyboard v3.0 is a complete data input solution for the PDA.

This solution is a screen protective keyboard Overlay that allows you to type or use Graffiti. It is faster than using Graffiti and better than using the Virtual Keyboard, which blocks the screen. The keyboard protects the heavily used portion of the PDA while simplifying data input.

Silkyboard has been dubbed the "must have accessory" for Palm OS devices.

Silkyboard has the fastest Application Launcher, one tap access to edit functions like, cut, Copy, and paste, and quick access to menu commands.

Previously, Silkyboard implemented 2 actions on each key, tapping to enter numbers and letters, holding to enter capital letters or punctuations or other commands.

The new Silkyboard v3.0 extends this functionality with 4 directional actions on each key. Thus, each key can produce up to 6 different actions instead of just two. This tripled functionality further simplifies and speeds text input. Plus, any of these 6 actions can be customized with the "Redefine" feature. All these commands can be combined into easy to use macros with the Silkyboard Macro Editor. This enables the user to create multi-step commands and avoid routine.

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