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Kvkbd

   0.7.1  

KDE Accessibility Application

Score 85%
Kvkbd
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Homepage:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3985
Submitted:  Apr 10 2007
Updated:  Apr 19 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:

0.7.1 - 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-0.7.1.tar.gz)
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 locking kvkbd

 
 by pnog on: Apr 26 2008
 
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Hello,
I'm starting to use kvkbd, but I will need to lock it. I don't want to permit to move it or resize it.

Is this possible.

Thanks.
Pedro


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 Re: locking kvkbd

 
 by majewsky on: Apr 29 2008
 
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In the context menu, there should be an entry "Change Window Behavior" or similar. This will fire up a dialog to specify window behavior which will be managed by KWin. There are entries for size and position available which default to the current geometry.


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 Re: locking kvkbd

 
 by yodor on: Apr 29 2008
 
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You can try 0.5 it does have internal function to lock position and resize on screen.Simple!


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 New version

 
 by yodor on: Apr 28 2008
 
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0.5 is uploaded , thanks to all who made suggestions for improvements and additional functions.


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 make and feature

 
 by bonaire on: Apr 29 2008
 
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Hello,

it is correct to compile with

make -f Makefile.cvs
./configure
make
make install

, right?

While running make, I get the error message

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In file included from /usr/include/X11/extensions/XI.h:55,
from /usr/include/X11/extensions/XInput.h:56,
from /usr/include/X11/extensions/XTest.h:50,
from MainWidget.cpp:24:
/usr/include/X11/Xmd.h:137: error: conflicting declaration 'typedef long int INT32'
/usr/lib/qt/include/qglobal.h:709: error: 'INT32' has a previous declaration as 'typedef int INT32'
MainWidget.cpp:830: warning: unused parameter 'press'
MainWidget.cpp:830: warning: unused parameter 'release'
make[2]: *** [MainWidget.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/Desktop/kvkbd-0.5/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/Desktop/kvkbd-0.5'
make: *** [all] Error 2


I currently don't know (because the above error) if the feature is present, but I'd like to see the possibility to change the keyboard layout to another standard one.
My application scenario is to have a german keyboard and want to type russion letters without cryptic utf8-codes.
The virtual keyboard would be a great support in doing this. "Only" a russian standard keyboard is then required.


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 Re: make and feature

 
 by yodor on: Apr 29 2008
 
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Please check your Qt and/or Xorg installations seems they have conflicting declarations as the error shows.
Not a kvkbd issue for sure.

On your other question kvkbd can type in respect to what you have selected as keyboard layout using KDE's keyboard tool.


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 Re: Re: make and fea

 
 by bonaire on: Apr 30 2008
 
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Thanks,

I changed the qt header file. but I have to say that it is at least interesting that kvbd produced this error the first time.
This application is great ++


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 kvkbd & kdesktoplock

 
 by dbiscocho on: May 11 2008
 
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How do we make kvkbd appear when the desktop has been locked by a user? Just like in KDM w/ the option --loginhelper.


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 Lifesaver

 
 by benphane on: Aug 13 2008
 
Score 50%

I have lost the use of my right hand for a while and kvkbd has been most helpful.


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 cannot change layout of kvkbd

 
 by debz on: Nov 10 2008
 
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Hi,
Kvkbd displayed the keyboard when I have english as my default language. But when I change the layout to some other language (in my case Bengali. ) doesn't display the changed keyboard layout.

I am using kubuntu 8.10. Any idea how to do it ? I remember that it used to work in earlier.


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