No-Keys Virtual Keyboard 7.0.0 | 551kb
No-Keys is a computer software program that displays an on screen keyboard, also known as a virtual keyboard (a picture of a computer keyboard on the screen). Users can "type" on this onscreen keyboard using a mouse, trackball, or similar pointing device. (A scan option is also provided for people who cannot move any pointing device at all.) Whatever keys are typed on the virtual keyboard are sent to another program (such as a word processor, email program, text-to-speech program, etc.) selected by the user. This allows you to operate the computer entirely with the mouse or other pointing device. This is intended primarily for computer users who have limited mobility, such as people suffering from MD, MS, stroke, or similar handicaps or disabilities. It can also be used for touch screen computers to eliminate the need for the keyboard.
This is a new and improved version has four built-in keyboards (including QWERTY), and also allows the user to create custom keyboard configurations. You can now put exactly the keys you want on the keyboard in whatever order and arrangement you want. A hover option has also been added.
Running No-Keys under Windows XP
No-Keys does not normally run well under Windows XP. Not all the keys you type are properly sent to the target program. On average, about half the keys you type will simply not appear in the target window. However, there is a fix.
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