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KDE Accessibility Application

Score 79%

Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  1955
Submitted:  May 18 2006
Updated:  May 23 2006


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
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


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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 looks great :)

 by dzubi on: May 18 2006
Score 50%


great, I'm looking forward to finally replace good ol' xvkbd with a native KDE app :)

Is there any issue tracker for klavier where I can file bug reports and feature requests?

I'd like to propose some usability improvements:

  • first of all, could you please replace the icon on the "windows keys" with a penguin icon, or alternatively with the KDE icon? The windows sign really distracts me ;)

  • in xvkbd I can get uppercase letters by stroking upwards out of the key, without needing to tap the shift key. This or a similar feature is for me a killer feature for an onscreen keyboard. I don't want to have to tap 2 different keys, just to get 1 uppercase letter. Please consider implementing something like this.

Merci beaucoup!

regards, Daniel

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 Just one thing...

 by Maxilys on: May 18 2006
Score 50%

Don't you think a little Tux or a "geared K" would look better on a virtual keyboard than the crossed flag?

That's the kind of little detail that could make you gain more users, as well as useful features.

(c) MXLS(r)(tm) (Patent pending)
We're living in a free world, ain't we?

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 Re: Just one thing..

 by sebt3 on: May 18 2006
Score 50%

Ok I will do this for the next release.

At last, I get feedback ;p

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 by ricce on: May 18 2006
Score 50%

A lot of characters are not looked up, some examples...

exclamdown -> ¡ (not i, but a up-side-down !)
EuroSign -> €
yen -> ¥
Odiaeresis -> Ö
odiaeresis -> ö
Adiaeresis -> Ä
adiaeresis -> ä
Aring -> Å
aring -> å
plusminus -> ±
onehalf -> ½
acute -> ´ (not ')
ae -> æ
dead_cedilla -> ¸ (not ,)

Some other keynames are confusing, some suggestions:
Echap -> Esc
Supp -> del

And some errors:
My "Print Screen/Sys Rq" is blank,

"Scroll lock" is named "Arret" -- but it isn't working anyway.

For some reason have ¨ disappeared form the "¨/^/~" (normal/shift/alt-gr) key.

';' have become ','
',' have become '-'
'¶' have become '§'
'insert' have become '0'
','(numeral keyboard) have become '|'
'£' have disappeared (alt-gr+3)
'.' and '·' have disappeared (only ':' visible on that key)

Some non-capital letters are visible:
'm' (µ on alt-gr)
'ä' (as adiaereses)
'å' (as aring)

alt-gr functions on letter keys are not visible with some exceptions:
'M' ('µ')
'Ä' ('æ' as ae)

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 Re: Suggestions

 by sebt3 on: May 18 2006
Score 50%

I'm French and I've done it primary for me. So I was too lazy do work with these keys ;p
But I will look for it.
Thanks for the "bug" report.

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 by ggabriel on: May 18 2006
Score 50%

This is a promising application.
I specially see the need for this type of virtual keyboard for Tablet PC users and the like...

I haven't tried it yet... does it have global shortcut configuration? If not, please consider adding that feature.

And perhaps would also be good to have an on screen "virtual key" as part of the keyboard layout, to dismiss it when not needed anymore.

Thanks for listening.

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 Re: good!

 by ggabriel on: May 18 2006
Score 50%

...and an icon in the system tray to activate it too. :)


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 Re: Re: good!

 by sebt3 on: May 18 2006
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Tray icon is for the next release

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 Windows key?

 by DaBlade on: May 23 2006
Score 50%

Why not replace the windows key with a gnu, penguin or K logo? ;)

http://www.LinuxP2P.com/ - Share The Penguins!

http://LinuxP2P.com/wiki/ - The GNU/Linux File-Sharing Wiki

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 by Rodion on: May 24 2006
Score 50%

Two comments: one, when I switch keyboard layouts (using the keyboard tool in the systray), Klavier does not change to reflect the new key layout.

Secondly, when I switch to the Russian key layout, it displays things like "Cyrillic_YA, Cyrillic_SHA", etc., rather than the actual letters.

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