Constantine Steriadis, Philip Constantinou
Our method is based on the use of a specially issued software class called "wifsid" (widget for single-switch input devices), which can be regarded as a universal scan element. A wifsid is graphically represented by a combination of a bitmap image, a label, and a 3-D frame. The scanning process does not address how to turn a highlight on or off; each wifsid has its own mode of highlighting. Users' inputs are captured through a 2-D array of wifsids; the arrays are then scanned and forwarded to the selected wifsid for further handling. The wifsid-array and the applied scan…
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