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See-and-Type is a series of virtual keyboard models that assist people to enter text with the mouse, without typing on a conventional keyboard. See-and-Type uses a special color scheme for easy viewing of the text key. See-and-Type is designed to ease the typing for everyone who wants to use the mouse for writing texts instead of the keyboard. Key features of "See-and-Type": See-and-Type Standard: See-and-Type Standard is the model of choice for people with low vision acuity. Vowels are always displayed in the left corner of the screen and in a green background, while consonants are displayed in yellow and orange background colors. Useful for teaching words in an interactive and amusing way for children during initial vocabulary acquisition steps. "Tab", "Space", "Backspace" and "Enter" keys are displayed in a black background. Punctuation marks and typesetting symbols are displayed in a white background. After typing the text, just click the button (with red background) on the upper right-side of the keyboard panel in order to copy the entire text to the clipboard.See-and-Type Compact: See-and-Type Compact is the model that occupies less screen space. It is useful for people who already know and like See-and-Type Standard model, but prefer to use a more compact model. See-and-Type Ultra Compact: This is the model of choice for people with physical impairments and that cannot type using a regular keyboard. See-and-Type is very appropriate in such cases, especially due to the very short distance between its keys on the keyboard interface. Control Font Size: All models of See-and-Type have control of font size for better viewing and comfortable typing. Choose from five basic types of font size. When copying text, this will be exported without formatting and can be pasted into text editors, browsers, forums, e-mails. Color Schemes for the Text Viewing Area: There are four color schemes for text/background displays.
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