Morseall 0.4.8 review

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Morseall allows you to control any computer using only the mouse buttons

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 489K
Developer: Pehr Anderson
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Morseall allows you to control any computer using only the mouse buttons. It allows you to produce keystrokes by tapping Morse codes with just a single button or with a three-button mouse for faster entry.

Morseall is designed for disabled users who can only move one muscle.

Morseall can also be used with wearable laptops, tablets, or handhelds where a keyboard would be inconvenient or unavailable.

Here are some key features of "Morseall":
Anyone who can press a switch can use Morseall!
You can go faster if you can control two or three buttons
An Iambic Keyer is available for ultra-fast coding
Audio feedback is given for each dot and dash
Characters can be read aloud as they are typed for verification
It works with a standard mouse! No custom hardware needed.
On-line help is always visible for looking up codes
Takes over the mouse so disabled users can maintain control.
Code Timing is adjustable from within the program (seven dots=faster)
A Configuration file allows you to set defaults (/etc/morseall.conf)
A Reset feature helps users recover if the terminal gets stuck
Visual feedback on your morse code timing as you key it
Morseall is Free Software, Licensed under the GNU GPL

What's New in This Release:
The most-recent code sequence is kept visible, for better sanity checking.
A repeat code is available for users who cant hold it in for the normal repeat (some sip/puff users need this)

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