A graphical keyboard that can be used by people with physical disabilties (it can also help them to use other X11 applications that require keyboard input) and/or people who just prefer to type things without a keyboard. The user presses keys on an onscreen keyboard that will either be entered into a simple text editor that GTKeyboard provides, or into an app that the user specifies by clicking on the window. I/O can currently be redirected to a file, and short cuts for frequent actions are put into the menus. The program also contains extensive shortcuts to speed up editing: both regular editing shortcuts and web-authoring/programming shortcuts that speed up data entry.
DocumentationUser reference manual available in HTML format from http://opop.nols.com/gtkeyboard-manual/; User reference manual available in PostScript format from http://opop.nols.com/proggie/gtkeyboard-manual.ps.gz
released on 16 March 2003
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||31 January 2001|
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