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Javascript VirtualKeyboard

Javascript VirtualKeyboard allows you to use any existing keyboard layouts without having them installed on your local PC. This tool is useful for embedding into a WYSIWYG HTML editor, a Web mail system, chat, forum, or any other application requiring user input. About 80 languages/170 keyboard layouts are supported. It has an easy and powerful design, allowing it to implement complex layouts like Korean, Japanese, Chinese, and so on. It has full support for keyboard and mouse input. It features a completely CSS-driven UI that is easy skinnable.

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  •  08 Feb 2013 13:34

    Release Notes: This release fixes event processing in IE9 and fixes URL building issues.

    •  28 May 2012 20:55

      Release Notes: This release adds support for FF 12, fixes the "untrusted events" feature, fixes Korean double consonant input, and adds various other small fixes (chars coloring, missing links and images).

      •  10 May 2011 19:52

        Release Notes: This release includes several improvements and bugfixes. It implements AJAX layout downloading, reducing the initial load size by 70%. It adds a CKEditor plugin. It adds a new skin, "Goldie". It fixes a selection handling bug: hanging browsed when DEL was pressed in an empty input field.

        •  15 Jan 2011 22:05

          Release Notes: Errors originating from weird IE security checks were fixed. Reset of a selected layout on input field change was fixed. The stylesheets were tuned to set proper font sizes for different languages.

          •  25 Nov 2010 19:37

            Release Notes: Performance in IE was improved. A bug with broken input in richtext editors was fixed. Execution on embedded platforms was fixed.

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