Niemeijer Consult has released a new app for OS X, TouchStrokes. TouchStrokes is a virtual keyboard app designed to negate the need for a physical keyboard. The update now features support for both Classic and OS X. According to Niemeijer Consult:
Niemeijer Consult today announced a doubling of the value of TouchStrokes(r) virtual keyboard for touch screens, server management and graphic tablet users.
TouchStrokes 1.5 now not only runs natively on Mac OS X but also on Mac OS 9. All of this in a single executable without the need for any special extensions. TouchStrokes beats the competition in terms of functionality and typing responsiveness.
TouchStrokes provides a fully-functional virtual keyboard that works by drawing a keyboard image on the display and allows you to type characters into any normal application using a mouse, touch screen, graphic tablet, trackball, head pointer or other mouse emulator. It works seamlessly with all standard Mac OS X applications (including those running in the Classic) allowing you to type virtually anywhere a hardware keyboard can be used.
You can find more information about the TouchStrokes release at the Niemeijer Consult Web site. TouchStrokes 1.5 is free for current users, while the full version is available for US$95.00.