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    I just got a Palm Pre and wanted to load WebOS and take advantage of the great apps that everyone creates, I donated for the instructions for homebrew and installed WebOS Quick Install v4.4.0 that has the Novacom drivers I get to the point of ďno device foundĒ I have it in devlopers mode, I go just charge.

    Windows XP ser. 3 Ė Iíve also tried it on windows 7 64 bit no luck there.

    Iím getting old and canít see too well without glasses so I would like to open the virtual keyboard that is locked. Iíve seen downloads that have a keyboard but you have to cut and paste them into where you want them to go.

    Any help would be great!
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    Have you tried quick keys keyboard on the app catalogue? its not half bad tbh, cant remember if the site did a feature on it, but its pretty good once you get used 2 it, esp handy for pre3 owners as well as the built in 1 i think after some homebrew love works but crashes on orientation swap (unless thats been fixed of late?).

    EDIT: http://www.webosnation.com/quick-key...es-app-catalog
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    Quote Originally Posted by geekpeter View Post
    Have you tried quick keys keyboard on the app catalogue? its not half bad tbh, cant remember if the site did a feature on it, but its pretty good once you get used 2 it, esp handy for pre3 owners as well as the built in 1 i think after some homebrew love works but crashes on orientation swap (unless thats been fixed of late?).

    EDIT: http://www.webosnation.com/quick-key...es-app-catalog
    I thought that there was a virtual keyboard that modified the SYM key that the developers created but was never turned on. I downloaded the quick keys anyway I’ll try that for a while.

    Thanks
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    I believe it's the same virtual keyboard, with enhanced features.
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    OK , Thanks for the information

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