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Kvkbd

   0.7.2  

KDE Accessibility Application

Score 85%
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4225
Submitted:  Apr 10 2007
Updated:  Aug 5 2014

Description:

A nice virtual keyboard for KDE.
Have systray and dockwidget, resizable, with numeric/cursor pad layer.
Dynamic detection of language selected. Auto font resize and button repeat.
CSS Color themes


Requires XTest extension.




Changelog:

0.7.2 - Add option to make modifier keys sticky

0.7.1 - fix css install location. Login helper option is restored.

0.7 - Implemented themes and color styles. Dynamic detection of language was lost during porting to KDE4 and now restored. --loginhelper is incomplete

0.5 - added lock function in settings menu to make app window stay locked on the screen.
Right button clicking behave as if shift is clicked.

0.4.9 - new dcop commands docw_show, docw_hide, docw_state query and toggle the dockwidget state

0.4.8 - dcop scripting fixes, now implements show, hide and state functions. Usage 'dcop kvkbd kvkbd' to see all functions. 'dcop kvkbd kvkbd "show()"' to show the widget explicitly. Fix to correctly save and restore the visibility state of the keyboard widget.

0.4.7 - new button to popup the dockmenu, helping users without right click. Store/Restore position of the keyboard on screen.

0.4.6 - bugfix when started without x running. Confirm working with KDM and --loginhelper option passed (tested in kubuntu)

0.4.5 - Auto font size implemented, Button repeating function.

0.4 - Resizable/Moveable main window. Numeric/Cursor pad layer. Additional dcop command - toggle

0.3.1 - dcop commands added:
use dcop kvkbd kvkbd show and dcop kvkbd kvkbd hide to toggle visibilty

0.3 - Combined update
- First run syncing with current choosen keyboard layout
- Font configuration implemented
- "-loginhelper" option to be used on KDM/XDM screen (an entry should be added in Xsetup if you want kvkbd on the login screen - kvkbd -loginhelper -display :0)
- Caps/Shift mode updates for non latin keyboards.
- Systray left mouse button update as requested

0.2 - "characters on the virtual keyboard are now changed to the right characters when the localization of the keyboard (e.g. US->CZ)" is changed. Dock widget tolerant to pen press

0.1 - Initial version




LicenseLGPL
Source(kvkbd-0.7.2.tar.gz)
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 compile err kubuntu

 
 by majo on: Jun 24 2007
 
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Recently I wanted to compile your keyboard application for (K)Ubuntu 7.04 but this failed with an error saying that qlist.h isn't there. All neccessary libs should be installed since normal kde applications will compile. After some googleing I found that this header only seems to be used till kde 3.1. So I wanted to ask you if you could fix this issue - or better provide us a .deb package?

Thanks in advance,
majo


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 Re: compile err kubu

 
 by majo on: Jun 24 2007
 
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In meantime I found a solution for this issue: You have to replace the qlist.h with qptrlist.h, recompile it and it will work.
A further suggestion for improvement: it would be nice if you could move the keyboard on screen. Apart from this the application is very nice.

majo


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 Re: Re: compile err kubu

 
 by yodor on: Aug 4 2007
 
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Hello, you can move the main window by dragging it starting from blank area.


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 cursor-keys

 
 by ich666 on: Jul 27 2007
 
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nice app!
I'd also vote for cursor-keys
(up,down,left,right, pg-up, pg-down, home, end)

Thanks!


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 Re: cursor-keys

 
 by yodor on: Aug 4 2007
 
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Hello, the latest version 0.4 supports resize and also a numeric pad layer


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 Using as test

 
 by renatgaraev on: Aug 4 2007
 
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Hello!
I can use you program as a test keyboard?
Maybe you add mode for test keyboard?
I press key, and program fill in color this key in you keyboard button?


Renat
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 Next step...

 
 by jirityr on: Aug 8 2007
 
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Hi,

I have to say that I like your project very much. I have idea for two improvement what kvkbd could have.

The first one is that it would be nice if kvkbd could start without (with deactivated) red button which close kvkbd to the systray. Sometimes it's not so much handy to let the users to close the virtual keyboard. Something like --noredbutton or --noclose option would be nice.

The second feature is that kvkbd could interpret pressed keys of real keyboard. This could be handy when you want to record desktop presentation where is some keyboard input. Then the keyboard input would be visible in the recorded presentation.

I hope, this two features could move your project a bit further.

Cheers,
Jiri


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 Re: Next step...

 
 by yodor on: Aug 22 2007
 
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Ok probably for the next major version update.


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 Great application

 
 by xylo on: Sep 18 2007
 
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Wow, this is a great application!

My favorite features are:
- easy resize and move
- system tray icon to show/hide the window
- compact layout, no title bar and no other unimportant GUI elements :)

This application should become a standard of KDE.


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 work in KDM & Unlock

 
 by Murz on: Sep 29 2007
 
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Anybody do KvKbd works in KDM login manager and in Unlock session screen? If yes, tell me please HOW?

I add string in Xsetip ("-loginhelper" option to be used on KDM/XDM screen (an entry should be added in Xsetup if you want kvkbd on the login screen - kvkbd -loginhelper -display :0)) bit it isn't work on my system, error in kdm.log - (Segmentation fault, core dumped).


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