Niemeijer Consult has released version 2.0.1 of their on-screen keyboard application, KeyStrokes. KeyStrokes allows users to take advantage of the on-screen keyboard anywhere a traditional hardware keyboard would be used. According to Niemeijer Consult:
This is to announce the release of KeyStrokes 2.0.1, a minor bug fix to last weekis release of version 2.0 (see changes since version 2.0 below), of our popular on-screen keyboard software for the Apple Macintosh. Through its mouse-clicks-saving intelligent word prediction the KeyStrokes allows you to type up to twice as fast.
KeyStrokes provides a fully functional on-screen keyboard that you can use to type with the mouse anywhere you would use a normal (hardware) keyboard (applications, dialog boxes, etc.). It also allows you to shift/option/command/control click.
The software is ideal for disabled users, special education, use with children, server management, touch screens, tablets, and couch surfing.
MAIN NEW FEATURES
- Accelerated for PowerPC (both 68K and PPC versions are available)
- Intelligent, self learning, language independent word prediction
- Create multiple dictionaries for different languages and/or topics
- Learn Keystrokes your vocabulary as you type or by feeding it your text files
- Record commonly used phrases and invoke them with a simple abbreviation
- Button bar for commonly used actions
KeyStrokes is currently available for US$39. You can find more information at the Niemeijer Consult web site.