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Klavier

   0.3  

KDE Accessibility Application

Score 79%
Klavier
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  1944
Submitted:  May 18 2006
Updated:  May 23 2006

Description:

A virtual keyboard for KDE.
This keyboard should look like a real one in your country.
Comments and suggestions are very appreciated :)
Please say me what keyboard layout you use so I can test and fix ;p
EDIT :
As my beloved tabletPC is now broken and my RL take me too much time, I won't maintain this anymore. So this is looking for a new maintainer




Changelog:

v0.3 :
- icon tray
- if you click on the top of the buttons letters will be capitalized
- change the "win key" face to the K logo as requested
- fix some buttons
- more character lookup
- initial internationalisation




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 Some suggestions

 
 by jezz on: May 24 2006
 
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- When I resize Klavier, keys are resized but not text inside.

- Use real character insteed of long character description ('¿' instead of "questiondown").

- When I click on "3level" ("AltGr") key, Klavier should show me 3rd level characters.

- When I change keymap (using kde applet), Klavier should change its keymap too.


Jérôme Pouiller (Jezz) jerome.pouiller@no-log.org
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 I fully agree

 
 by rlemp on: Jun 8 2006
 
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I use different keyboard layouts and klavier doesn't change the characters if the layout is changed.
Otherwise, finally it's good to have this application, it was about time to have it for Linux!
Is it possible to have bigger characters on the keys? They are quite tiny.


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 Re: I fully agree

 
 by sebt3 on: Jun 9 2006
 
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The ability to change it's face when the charmap change is already done for the next release. But I'm facing a few bugs I want tp fix before release it. And I don't have much time these day, so be patient please ;p
And I add to the todo-list your request about font size.


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 Feature request

 
 by ap396088 on: Aug 7 2006
 
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I'd find the following features useful:

a) Customizable font

b) Option to customize what parts of the keyboard are shown (i.e. I don't need the numpad).

c) The keyboard window should remember its last position.

d) As others have already mentioned, it would be nice not to use long key descriptions like "ssharp" for ß in the German layout.

I'm dreaming of using klavier with a 12" touch screen....


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 klavier&screensaver

 
 by egregorion on: Feb 14 2008
 
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I have a tabletpc, can I have klavier on screensaver too?
I have a touchscreen and I would like digit my passwd with pen. At this moment I need open the cover everytime only for insert password for unlock the screensaver.

Thank you for klavier.

Regards
Giuseppe Benigno


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 Re: klavier&screensa

 
 by sebt3 on: Feb 14 2008
 
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I don't work on klavier anymore : no time.
But it should work, the real question is how ? but I don't know sorry.
Kvkbd isd fresher and have been updated recently.
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Kvkbd?content=56019

Maybe his author might help you much that I can.


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