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Skärmtangentbord WiVik, (svensk text)


User using Wivik (film)

Shortcuts to the user’s favorite websites
Shortcuts to the user’s favorite websites

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WiVik On-screen keyboard

WiVik and shortcuts facilitate computer use for people with extensive disabilities

Description
The user controls the computer using WiVik and an adapted mouse (see associated tip) and WiVik. WiVik is a virtual keyboard that is displayed on the computer screen that makes it possible to write in any computer program using a mouse other or other pointing device.

WiVik also supports word prediction and abbreviation expansion.
Dictionaries for several languages are included: English (3 versions), French, Spanish and Swedish. It is also possible to create new glossaries.

See also www.goqsoftware.com/wivik.php (last checked February 2018).

Authors comments
The user, who previously used a mouth stick, is very satisfied with WiVik. When surfing online he uses shortcuts to quickly access his favorite websites, such as AIK hockey.

Purchased from
www.goqsoftware.com/wivik.php (senast kontrollerad February 2018)

Paid for by
County Council

Tip is dated from 2015

Categories for this tip
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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