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Old 08-28-2009, 04:38 AM   #16
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Okay, so be it. I'm making an infrastructure for per-device keybindings. Once it in place, it will be possible to adjust keys as you want.
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Thinking of Sudoku (but could be useful for the other games as well), may I suggest to include "go to top left", "top right", "bottom left" and "bottom right" as possibilities to the keybindings? I'm thinking of keys 4, 5, 9 and 0...
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Ah, right. Could be useful too.

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Thinking of Sudoku (but could be useful for the other games as well), may I suggest to include "go to top left", "top right", "bottom left" and "bottom right" as possibilities to the keybindings? I'm thinking of keys 4, 5, 9 and 0...
Using the number keys to move the cursor in Sudoku might get confusing since, "How will you input a number in that square without using the number keys?"

I would think using the left side page next/previous keys to move the cursor right/left, and the volume up/down keys to move the cursor up/down would be better, thus leaving the number keys to input numbers into the current square.
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Because you tend to move a lot more than you enter numbers, I believe the idea here is to move with the number keys and enter values by long pressing the key. At least that is the kind of behaviour I would expect...
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