Projects / Capitalizer


Capitalizer is a MiddleCapsHack work-alike that lets you capitalize all characters that cross the middle graffiti line, and do punctuation by drawing in a specified area, both under OS5 Graffiti 1. It also includes a number of handy features for OS5 units with keyboards.

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Recent releases

  •  23 Jul 2004 20:20

    Release Notes: This release includes an NX/NZ/TH graffiti skin marking the punctuation area. The skin is copyright-compliant.

    •  14 Jun 2004 07:44

      Release Notes: A Graffiti magnifier was added for recognizing smaller strokes. A debug mode was also added.

      •  03 Jun 2004 16:44

        Release Notes: Alternate punctuation areas are now allowed. A test area was added. GPL compliance issues were resolved.

        •  31 May 2004 23:43

          Release Notes: Sony alt+tab generates a tab even when tab->commandstroke mapping is active.

          •  30 May 2004 05:45

            Release Notes: To simplify the code, all capitalization options were removed except for the fourth one: capitalize characters that cross divider. Version 1.03 should be used if the other options are required. An autopunctuation option was added, which causes all strokes contained in the upper right quarter of the number area to be interpreted as punctuation strokes.


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