Niemeijer Consult has released updates for TouchStrokes and KeyStrokes, bringing them to versions 1.5.1 and 1.1.1 respectively. TouchStrokes is a virtual keyboard app designed to negate the need for a physical keyboard. KeyStrokes is also a virtual keyboard but is aimed at users with disabilities. The updates features Jag support and a minor bug fix. According to Niemeijer Consult:
Niemeijer Consult today announced TouchStrokes(r) 1.5.1 and KeyStrokes(r) for Mac OS X 1.1.1. Fixing a minor glitch both virtual on-screen keyboards are now compatible with Mac OS X 10.2, also known as Jaguar.
TouchStrokes(r) is a fully-functional virtual keyboard for touch screens, server management and graphic tablet users.
KeyStrokes(r) for Mac OS X is a fully functional virtual keyboard for users with disabilities and provides an integrated, system-wide dwell-based utility which allows mouse button clicks to be entered by simply holding the cursor motionless for a programmable period of time.
You can find more information about the TouchStrokes and KeyStrokes updates at the Niemeijer Consult Web site. The TouchStrokes and KeyStrokes updates are free for current users, while the full versions are available for US$95.00 and US$195.00.