Black Cat Software has announced the release of
Mouseki 2.0. The application produces an onscreen keyboard for Mac OS and Mac OS X.
The developer explained that the application was to enable text input in situations where it isn’t possible to use a keyboard, such as kiosk installations. The software is also suitable for users with physical impairments like repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) or disabilities.
Mouseki 2.0 requires no drivers or special software to work. It can be downloaded from Black Cat’s Web site and costs US$15 to register.