Talk:Luigi board

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My house[edit]

If I have a Ouija board in my house, but I only use it at other properties, will my house still be whatever you people say it truly is? --Sversighcalpo (t/c) 18:39, 8 June 2011 (MST)

Define "maker"[edit]

Obviously it refers to some sort of god (not necessarily the God of Christianity), but could we be more specific, and how does it relate to other articles on the wiki? Eighty5cacao 12:06, 10 June 2011 (MST)

I have a specific god in mind: the God who sent Christ, the God who calls himself Jehovah (Heb. יהוה) because he will become what is needed. I'm just worried about "I'm not listening to you because you're with $some_religious_organization, which I've been told is a cult." I see a few purposes: 1. a pun on Luigi = Weegee = Ouija, 2. drawing parallels between the movement of a computer mouse or puck to that of a planchette, 3. explaining why a talking board for this age might use QWERTY, 4. encouraging participants to open their eyes, and 5. don't try this at home because people who believe in this sort of $#!+ will probably get their head filled with unsavory ideas. I haven't connected these purposes to the rest of the wiki yet, but I might if I keep going on the creation myth series. But seriously, I just had "Luigi board" on the brain and the dead Marios pic on my screen, and I wanted to get the thoughts out into a more tangible medium. Case in point: it was such an off-the-cuff page that I made it ASCII art instead of SVG because ASCII art is quicker for me to make. --Tepples 18:16, 10 June 2011 (MST)
Speaking of which, is it worth making an [[ohinternet:]] interwiki prefix? (I see several other interwikis that only have one use so far, so that's not the issue.) But I digress... Eighty5cacao 23:12, 10 June 2011 (MST) Resolved Eighty5cacao 16:24, 5 October 2011 (MST)

Neo's SafeKeys[edit]

Is it worth mentioning Neo's SafeKeys for Windows users, because it has an operation mode in which letters are pressed after a time delay (of the mouse remaining in the same spot) instead of requiring the mouse button to be clicked? That seems to be more analogous to a physical Ouija board than a more typical on-screen keyboard would be, but I know you'll probably complain about it not being "free software"... Eighty5cacao 23:34, 9 March 2012 (MST)

Ubuntu includes Onboard, an on-screen keyboard that also supports hover-click. --Tepples 07:24, 10 March 2012 (MST)