Comfort Keys 7.2 has been released

Changes in this version:

  • New: The order of words in the word autocomplete window depends on the statistics accumulated by application. The application initially has predefined data on word frequency and word order for the most popular languages. These data are stored in the Common subfolder. When you type any text, the application memorizes the words that you use, so that later it can place the most frequently used ones in the beginning of the list. Which words are suggested also depends on the previously typed text.
  • New: The ability to set a label to an action assigned to a hotkey has been added.
  • Improved: Text cursor position tracking has been enhanced.
  • Improved: The detection of password entry in the active field has been improved.
  • New: Gestures support has been improved. Now the user can assign various actions to gestures.
  • New: An option named "Hide the on-screen keyboard when typing on a physical keyboard" has been added. It works as follows:
    The on-screen keyboard disappears when the user presses a key on the physical keyboard.
  • The on-screen keyboard appears again when the user touches the touchscreen, or calls the on-screen keyboard by pressing a hotkey or clicking the keyboard icon.
  • New "Pinch or stretch to zoom when using a touchscreen" option has been added. To zoom in or out, touch the on-screen keyboard with two fingers, and then move the fingers toward each other (pinch) or away from each other (stretch).
  • New "Touch with two fingers to move" option has been added. To move the on-screen keyboard, touch it with two fingers, and then move in the same direction.
  • New: A volume control has been added in the "Sounds" section of the Options dialog box.
  • New command line parameters for the application have been added: /HELP and /?. They instruct the application to display the list of accepted command line parameters in a message box, and then exit.
  • Improved: Compatibility with 64-bit versions of Windows has been improved. New files has been added.
  • Improved: Compatibility with Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 has been improved.
  • Improved: Touchscreen support has been improved.
  • Improved: "Show the on-screen keyboard when the text cursor is visible" option can work together with "Auto Hide" option now.
  • Improved: The order of on-screen keyboard settings has been changed.
  • Improved: When saved settings are loaded, the toolbar's state is restored.
  • Improved: An option to disable the Tablet PC Input Panel has been added for Windows 7.
  • Improved: Detection of active window change by clipboard manager has been improved.
  • Improved: The on-screen keyboard adjusts the animation speed on machines with limited graphics capability.
  • Improved: When the keyboard disappears from the screen, it releases the Shift, Alt, Ctrl, and Win keys.
  • Improved: The "Move the on-screen keyboard to a screen border" option works only when the on-screen keyboard appears. If the user moves the keyboard to any location on the screen, it will remain at that location until disappears.
  • Improved: If the Windows option "Activate a window by hovering over it with the mouse" is on, this option will be temporary disabled when the on-screen keyboard is visible.
  • Improved: Compatibility with Google Chrome and Opera has been improved. New extensions have been released.
  • New "Trianlgles2" and "StandardLA" keyboards have been added.
  • Fixed: Some Arabic characters were displayed incorrectly.
  • Fixed: The "Draw a border around a key" option didn't work if the "Color" parameter was set. The "TouchScreenWin8" keyboard has been changed.
  • Fixed: On a UK keyboard, two keys were processed in one location.
  • Fixed: When the clipboard manager was closed by pressing the Esc key, the previous active window didn't become active.
  • Fixed: The problem with disappearing keyboard icon next to the text cursor has been solved.
  • General fixes and various minor improvements.

http://www.comfort-software.com/hotkey-manager.html



ComfortonTuesday 02 December 2014 - 10:13:07
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