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The requested "text prediction intelli-autocomplete" feature is implemented in PhraseExpress v5 and has significantly improved in v6 .
Here is a video demo:http://demo.phraseexpress.com
Additional background information in the manual:http://manual.phraseexpress.com#
Basically, the text prediction feature continuosly listens to your text input and recognizes repetitive words and, more important, repetitive complete
phrases which makes this system quite unique.
After you entered a phrase a few times, PhraseExpress starts suggesting to autocomplete the sentence for you if you start typing it again.
This feature does not depend on a static dictionary but only on your personal input; in any language and with any words. The dictionary does not need to be maintained in any way. Misspellings are sorted out automatically and new words are learned as you type. Passwords are not stored and excluded from PhraseExpress automatically.
We found that full-sentence
auto-completion is much better than just to autocomplete single-words
. Single-word autocompletion may generate too many suggestions whenever you start typing a new word; which can be distracting.
However, you can also configure PhraseExpress to suggest single
words if you require it for a specific application:Settings Screenshot
Single words can be suggestion either within a context
or in independing of the context.
Example: The word "island" would not be suggested after you entered "The car is..." as it just would not fit to any meaningful context.
PhraseExpress is free for personal use:http://www.phraseexpress.com