Black Cat Software has released version 2.2 of Mouseki, its onscreen keyboard for Mac OS X.
Mouseki produces an onscreen keyboard for Mac OS and Mac OS X and is designed to enable text input in situations where it’s not possible to use a keyboard, such as kiosk installations. The software is also suitable for users with physical impairments like repetitive stress injuries or disabilities. It needs no special drivers to work.
Mouseki now boasts modifier keys that operate globally, and multiple keyboard sizes have been added. The global modifier keys mean that you’ll now be able to shift-click multiple files, or make complex listbox selections. The keyboard sizes from now range from very small to very big.
Owners of Mouseki 2.x can download version 2.2 for free. A demo copy is
available for download — Registration is US$15.