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I'm trying to make finger- vs. stylus-keyboard selection work better on OS2008, and I'm hoping I can find the gconf key responsible for the sensitivity setting in OS2007.

Could some generous, if behind Nokia's schedule, user post the output of
Code:
gconftool -a /apps/osso/inputmethod
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Code:
Nokia-N800-26:~$ gconftool -a /apps/osso/inputmethod
 current_language = true
 space_after = false
 finger_pressure = 3
 completion_area_pos = false
 auto_capitalization = false
 display_after_entering = 2
 launch_finger_kb_on_select = false
 primary_language = en_GB
 secondary_language = cs_CZ
 dual_dictionary = false
 auto_correction = true
 word_completion = true
 case_correction = true
 scv_tab = 0
 hwr_punct_mode = false
 primary_completion_language = en_GB
 handwriting_timeout = 400
 input_method_plugin = 000_hildon_western_vkb
 next_word_prediction = true
 start_recognize_after = 2
 available_languages = [pt_BR,en_GB,fr_CA,it_IT,de_DE,fr_FR,es_ES,sv_SE,pt_PT,es_MX,en_US,el_GR,ru_RU,nl_NL,fi_FI,da_DK,no_NO,cs_CZ]
 secondary_completion_language = cs_CZ
 use_finger_kb = true
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#3
Well, that finger_pressure is what I was after, and it seems not to work in 2008. Not surprising, but sad...

Thanks anyway!
 
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Originally Posted by Benson View Post
Well, that finger_pressure is what I was after, and it seems not to work in 2008. Not surprising, but sad...
Hm, that explains a lot, actually.
 
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