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TapRight

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Application Name TapRight
   
Version 1.3
   
Developer
   
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
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Summary
TapRight enables a WindowsCE user to press and release the menu ( ALT ) key using an icon in the system notification tray instead of the Keyboard.
   
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Description TapRight enables a WindowsCE user to press and release the menu ( ALT ) key using an icon in the system notification tray instead of the Keyboard. The objective being to allow Vadem Clio and Casio PA2400 users to stay in tablet mode without resorting to the soft keyboard (PA2400) or opening up the hardware keyboard (Clio). Changelog v1.1 TapRight now features an optional Auto Release of the ALT Key after you click on the touch screen. Also, sound effects have been added to give an audible feedback. v1.2 A new release of TapRight is now available that supports Windows CE 3.0: Pocket PC and HPC Pro 2000. This release allows you assign TapRight to a hardware button. This enables you to turn on (off not supported) the Right-Click ability via a hardware button. Note: To assign to a hardware button, the TapRight application file must be copied from the /windows/system directory to the /windows/Programs directory. v1.3 A new installer has been added which automatically copies TapRight to the system directory, and runs it.
   
Installation Instructions
   
Tags tray, utility, keyboard, alt, accessibility
   
Popularity 797
Total Downloads 41
   
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 16 January 2014

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