Lets users control computers without a standard keyboard or mouse
The GNOME On-screen Keyboard (GOK) includes an alphanumeric keyboard and a keyboard for launching applications. Users specify keyboards and access methods in XML, which lets them modify existings methods and create new ones. Users can set key width, height, and spacing as well as visual and auditory feedback on highlighting and selection. GOK also dynamically creates keyboards to adapt to a specific situation by redisplaying user interface components of running applications directly within GOK as keyboards. The user then has efficient access to elements of the user interface and does not need to navigate the interface indirectly though keyboard accelerators. GOK also supports the redisplay of application menus and toolbars, and includes a window activator keyboard that lists the current windows and lets users switch between them.
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://www.gok.ca/functional.shtml
released on 28 September 2010
module name: gok
20 June 2003
Leaders and contributors
|See the AUTHORS file in the distribution for a complete list||Contributor|
Resources and communication
|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=gok|
|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://developer.gnome.org/tools/cvs.html|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 15 September 2016.
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