Florence is an extensible scalable virtual keyboard for GNOME. You need it if you can't use a real hardware keyboard, for example because you are disabled, your keyboard is broken or because you use a tablet PC, but you must be able to use a pointing device (as a mouse, a trackball, or a touchscreen); If you can't use a pointing device, there is gok, which can be used with just simple switches.
This release introduces some interface improvements:
There is now a sound feedback when pressing or releasing keys and the police is configurable.
A new dbus interface has been added to control the keyboard from other processes.
2012-03-29 François Agrech <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Version 0.5.3
* A lot of bug fixes.
* Add dbus interface to control the keyboard.
* Add sound feedback.
* Make keyboard police configurable.
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