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CueType 1.1 features color-coded finger cues

updated 12:10 pm EDT, Wed September 21, 2005

CueType 1.1 released

Day Late and Dollar Short Software today released , an update to its keyboarding driller that computes words-per-minute and counts errors while improving speed and accuracy with helpful visual cues. Finger cues apply color to each character according to the finger used to type it, and characters typed with the right hand appear with tinted backgrounds. A typing tracker follows along as words are entered, flashing red when a mistake is made. Error marks remain where mistakes are made for later review, which then carry over to the next session to warn of upcoming trouble areas. CueType 1.1 is available for $10 and requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later.




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