I'm also used to this (even though I much prefer proper physical keyboard phones and hope there'll be some more in the future), so for inspiration, here's an open source "gesture typing" implementation that works quite well:
Looks good. I would like this for my HP elite 2 in 1. got a RedHat installed on it. Because you have acquired like Cannonical at Microsoft licenses for the bootloader. Let's see if that links me as well.
To be more specific, lets call it an idea from the perspective of a passionated user.
I just wanted to describe what i personally want from a mobile device. Since ubuntu touch is already based around the sidebar, one might think it could be well suited for this idea. But maybe i am the only one impressed by this.
I think i got the part with the top-left-os. That sounds not as easy as adding 2 lines of code.
Btw i planning to invest in a new device. On top of the list are the poco x3 pro for its screen refresh rate and the galaxy s10e for its size and build quality. For now it seems more convinient to choose the later for reaching over to the left side.
@flohack In general I'd agree, but from my understanding CB is/was opt-in - one of the reasons we got an SMS based emergency alert system instead of using CB here. But I don't suspect a government project of doing proper research, so it wouldn't surprise me if the info in the documents was wrong 😃
Since Canonical are gracefully allowing UBports to use their logo, it's probably up to them to decide whether UBports needs to join them in switching to the new version.
I could imagine them not wanting their old logo to be used anywhere. From a branding point of view, it's important to be consistent.