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   Re: [xml-dev] Tablet PC ink is XML (maybe SVG)

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AndrewWatt2000@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 13/11/2002 19:13:58 GMT Standard Time, clbullar@ingr.com 
> writes:
>>Right.  I looked at the Corel demo on line.   I get it. 
>>Yep, the ultimate table napkin.
>>Seriously, the traffic accident systems, the HAZMAT 
>>inspection systems, etc. could make use of this.
> You see! :) ... I knew if you could get out of that QBE cerebral straight 
> jacket you would see it. <grin/>

I may have lost the thread of this discussion but I'll interject that I 
know that an advertised feature of the Tablet PC is handwriting 
recognition. I thought I saw some message questioning that.

"3. How does the Tablet PC handwriting Recognition work? - The 
handwriting recognition on the Tablet PC works based on your natural 
writing.  It accepts printing and handwriting.  The operating system 
actually stores the handwriting as a graphic and the converted text in 
the notepad application.  So you can go back and forth between the 
handwriting and the converted text for nuances that the recognizer may 
have missed.  Also, the handwriting recognition can be done after you 
have entered your notes in.   It does not have to be done real time."


  Paul Prescod


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