KeyTouch is a program which allows you to easily configure the extra function keys of your keyboard. This means that you can define, for every individual function key, what to do if it is pressed. When you buy a new keyboard a CD-ROM will probably included. This CD-ROM contains software to configure the extra function keys (the image above shows an example of extra function keys) of your keyboard with. The problem however is that most of the times the software is not available for GNU/linux. KeyTouch is the solution to this problem. It allows you to easily configure the extra funtion keys of your keyboard. KeyTouch is the first (and only) program of its kind that perfectly works together with Linux kernel 2.6.
DocumentationUser documentation online at http://keytouch.sourceforge.net/user_manual/user_manual.html and for download in PDF at http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/keytouch/keytouch-2.0-user_manual.pdf?download; Developer documentation online at http://keytouch.sourceforge.net/keytouch_editor/keytouch_editor.html and for download in PDF at http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/keytouch/keytouch_editor-2.0.pdf?download; Additional documentation at http://keytouch.sourceforge.net/doc.html
released on 9 May 2006
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