Thursday, March 31, 2016

Re: RFE: virtual keyboard for Live DVD/USB

You can plug your keyboard with the USB cable... And it will work 

But +1 to the idea, just as user :)

2016-03-31 7:38 GMT-03:00 Mukundan Ragavan <>:
On 03/31/2016 01:53 AM, ToddAndMargo wrote:
> Dear Fedora Xfce Live Developers,
> Request for Enhancement: please in a virtual keyboard for those
> situations where the computer in question has a Blue Tooth keyboard,
> such as on an Apple MAC.
> "florence" is in the repos and works very well on my sticks
> I keep its RPM on a separate stick and have to "click"
> on it to install it.  I also have it installed on my direct stick.
> Florence is very simple and just works without any "drama".
> Believe it or not, about one in every three computers I need to
> boot off a live or direct install stick are Apples.  (You hold
> down the "option" [not the flower] key when booting to select
> your Live or direct USB.)
> Many thanks,
> -T
> Mac keyboards can be described in one word: miserable.  Mac
> users must not create a lot of text.  Seems like
> they mainly click a lot.  Who knows ...
> Chuckle: the older versions of MAC think that the Live USB
> is a "Windows" stick.  Newer ones call it an "efi" stick.

That's a good idea in my opinion. We do have space on the LIVE images -
So, I wouldn't think that would be a problem.

What do other folks think?


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