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  1. StevenX's Avatar
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    Just noticed what I think is a new, undocumented feature in WebOS 1.4. Now, autocorrect entries can correct words mistyped with punctuation, which previously wasn't allowed, providing the correct entries are included in the autocorrect file.

    So now, it's possible to autocorrect ",e" to "me" for example, if you hit the "," key by mistake.

    Perhaps Palm is looking to expand on their autocorrection feature in upcoming versions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenX View Post
    Perhaps Palm is looking to expand on their autocorrection feature in upcoming versions?
    They should! I sure hope so
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    Definitely necessary for a SMART phone. Glad they got a start on it.
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    will be nice to have correct functions like iphone even if it's a hardware keyboard.
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    Just read the post about the rumoured upcoming ELAN WebOS device which supposedly has a soft keyboard: http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...amed-elan.html

    Perhaps the new device's software keyboard is the reason why Palm is making a start on the improving the autocorrection in WebOS?

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