Niemeijer Consult has released an update for KeyStrokes for OS X, bringing it to version 1.5. KeyStrokes is an on-screen keyboard utility designed for persons with disabilities who cannot type on a standard keyboard. The update features Dwellix support and other language and interface enhancements. According to Niemeijer Consult:
Niemeijer Consult today announced KeyStrokes(R) 1.5 for Mac OS X, the first major update to the popular virtual keyboard for Appleis super-modern operating system.
KeyStrokes 1.5 for Mac OS X is a superior on-screen keyboard that delivers an enhanced set of features that allows a person to type with a mouse in place of a hardware keyboard.
This latest version of KeyStrokes, also compatible with Mac OS 9, offers Dwellix(TM), a more advanced dwelling feature that simplifies typing without clicking. It also offers entirely new SmartTransparency(TM) technology that makes the keyboard invisible when you do not need it and automatically makes it appear when you do need it. KeyStrokes 1.5 is now also localized in French.
You can find more information about the KeyStrokes update at the Niemeijer Consult Web site. KeyStrokes 1.5 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$195.00.