updated 09:25 am EST, Tue January 8, 2002
KeyStrokes Lite is described as "the first" on-screen keyboard to work natively on OS X, allowing users to type with a mouse, trackball, head pointer or other cursor input device anywhere a user desires. It is expected to be releasd "in the near future." KeyStrokes 2.2, for Mac OS 9, was released today, offering enhanced international support through improved handling of dead-keys and non-US keyboard layouts. It also now works in the Classic layer of OS X. A 15-day demo of the $45 application is available online.