For best accuracy, make your Graffiti strokes large enough to fill the writing area.
For even more accuracy, put a piece of Scotch tape over the Graffiti area—you get a less slippery, more controlled, more paperlike surface to write on.
To analyze what you’re doing wrong (in times of recognition inaccuracy), install TealEcho, which shows you what the PalmPilot is “seeing” you draw for each Graffiti character.
The Graffiti alphabet is easy to learn, but if it’s frustrating you, consider teaching it to recognize your own letter shapes using TealScript—or switching to a more natural-looking alphabet, such as Jot.
Consult the inner covers of this book, which reveal over 85 alternative Graffiti shapes. Many are far faster to draw (although less recognizable as letters) than the traditional Graffiti shapes.
Draw your V shape from the right side for perfect accuracy every time.
Store frequently used phrases as ShortCuts. (Tap Applications → Prefs. From the upper-right pop-up menu, choose ShortCuts.) Include a space after each expanded word to save additional time.