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Florence

Florence is a scalable on-screen virtual keyboard for GNOME that stays out of your way when you don't need it. It is useful if you can't use a real keyboard either because of a handicap, disease, broken keyboard, or tablet PC but you can use a pointing device. It aims at being easy and pretty.

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  •  06 Oct 2012 21:20

    Release Notes: This release is about GNOME3. GTK2, gconf, and panelapplet are deprecated, replaced by GTK3 and gsettings. A new branch has been created for maintaining gtk2 code. The GNOME 2 version is still maintained in version 0.5.4.

    •  29 Mar 2012 21:34

      Release Notes: This release introduces some interface improvements: there is now audio feedback when pressing or releasing keys and the policy is configurable. A new D-Bus interface has been added to control the keyboard from other processes.

      •  11 Feb 2012 06:51

        Release Notes: This release introduces the touch screen input method. There have been some improvements to the ramble input method. Modifier (Alt, Shift, Ctrl, etc.) keys + click now works. Strings have been partially translated to Italian. Some other minor improvements were made and many bugs were fixed.

        •  27 Sep 2011 20:57

          Release Notes: Many bugfixes. A new hide_on_start configuration parameter. A new keep_ratio configuration parameter. A new icon. AT-SPI2 (over dbus) support. Removal of resize grip in the latest GTK implementations. A Russian translation.

          •  28 Nov 2010 19:26

            Release Notes: Many bugfixes. A new ramble input method for fast input. A GNOME panel applet. Under the hood design changes: redesigned input handling, added layout triggers, initial implementation of the future layout editor, and new layout extension placement: over.

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