My experience with Keyboard on Browsing Web
zaidjunaid3 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 15:09:53 UTC 2020
>From 'coding challenge' , If you mean solving issues then it is not a must.
there isn't any active repository , prior to the development some research
will be needed on the tech to be used
however, if you want to, you can contribute to other fluid projects
On Wed, Mar 18, 2020 at 6:23 PM Mohit Kumar Verma <yaimgr8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wanted to ask that if there is any coding challenge for the project:
> Using a Game Controller as a Navigation Aid.
> On Tue, Mar 3, 2020 at 11:03 AM Mohit Kumar Verma <yaimgr8 at gmail.com>
>> So, I browsed Web using the keyboard for half an hour. For me, it was
>> comforting as I use Linux as my operating system and I use windows for
>> playing games.
>> I had prior experience with browsing with keyboard and having a lot of
>> buttons and different functions allocated to all of them is great but
>> remembering all those for some newbie is very difficult.
>> My experience is good as now I can do all of those different things with
>> keyboard and pressing the tab button takes you directly to the next option
>> and in mouse, we have to drag it all the way to the next option.
>> The only problem I got with the keyboard is the precision and also the
>> location of the next button where I want to move next. Assume that the next
>> button is just to the right but pressing the tab button takes you to all
>> the way to the bottom in the current column and then to next column and
>> then you can press on it.
>> The integration of the mouse and keyboard in a single device can be a
>> gamepad. We can use the analog sticks as a way of moving the pointer and
>> buttons for accessing different options.
>> Imagine a scenario where we are playing games and suddenly an E-mail
>> notification pops up and we want to check it but don't want to go and get
>> the keyboard. We can do it by the controller and return back to the game
>> anytime we want. This idea is great but needs someone who understands this
>> scenario. And I think I fit here the best for this project. I want to
>> contribute to this project and I want someone to mentor me in the future on
>> this project.
>> I am Mohit Kumar Verma, a second-year Computer Science student at NIT
>> Hamirpur Himachal Pradesh.
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