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OnScreenKeys installed on the user’s computer
OnScreenKeys installed on the user’s computer

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On-screen keyboard

Downloadable on-screen keyboard that works in many different languages - suitable for people with extensive disabilities

A downloadable on-screen keyboard, ‘OnScreensKeys’ from www.onscreenkeys.com/ (last checked May 2017).
This virtual keyboard is available in many different languages and alphabets. It is easy to switch between different languages. It has built-in word prediction. The size is adjustable. Used with a mouse; the user has a head mouse, see related tip.

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OnScreenKeys also has a computerized mouse click function that allows the user to click without using the click button. There are other downloadable on-screen keyboards, such as cnt.lakefolks.com/ (last checked May 2017).

The user prefers OnScreenKeyboard.

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Downloadable from www.onscreenkeys.com/sv/index.htm/ (last checked may 2017)

The user

Tip is dated from 2011

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communication » use of computer, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

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Tip is dated from 2011.

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