So i wonder if you can actually read pixels, or just the button AWT
components have hooks to respond to the touch screen as well as the
Something like a kanji recognizer would need a pretty low level API, a
bit different from a remote control with buttons.
from [ Gareth Edwards <aragoto_at_dottocomu.com> ] on [ Wed, 7 Jul 2004 20:10:56 +0900 ]
> The touchscreen does work with two of the Java apps that come with the
> phone (Solitaire and the TV remote), not just for the internal
> scratchpad, which sounds promising. I haven't had a chance to see if
> any of the i-appli sites are offering any others, though.
> On 2004/07/07, at 16:29, $B!!(BD__C$B!!(B wrote:
> > The new Fujitsu FOMA phone has a touchscreen you can write on.
> > I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a java API to this, or it is
> > just for the native apps that ship pre-installed on the phone? I would
> > like a kanji recognition app and wonder if this will come along at any
> > point. The current apps are just for doodling etc.
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