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Features

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Multilingual

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Appearance Theme: The ability to configure interface themes

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Sounds: The ability to assign sounds to program events

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Colors: The ability to configure theme colors


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Initial setup wizard


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Support: Priority technical support

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Upgrade: Wherever Comfort On-Screen Keyboard gets upgraded, you will be able to use the latest version of it free of charge


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Dependencies: The ability to change the settings depending on the currently active application.

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Multi-touch support for Windows 7, if compatible hardware is used. Touch input with 255 touch points is available.


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Gestures support (to quickly enter capital letters, spaces, etc.)


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Customizing: The ability to customize the keyboard layout and create your own keyboard types


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The number of on-screen keyboard types available

20

60+

Zooming: The ability to change the keyboard size quickly, without editing it.


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Text Suggestions feature


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Floating window for starting the on-screen keyboard

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Floating icon (displayed next to the text cursor) for starting the on-screen keyboard


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Advanced Language bar

2 languages

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Application shortcut icons displayed on the on-screen keyboard

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Development: Support for programmatic control of the on-screen keyboard


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Special characters: The ability to display characters accessible via Ctrl and Ctrl+Shift


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Logon: The ability to show the on-screen keyboard before any user logs into the system

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Additional options for easy typing: auto-repeat, automatic keypresses (hover mode), etc.

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