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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Filch is a program that alters some of the ways that keys function on an IBM-PC. First, Filch alters the auto-repeat function of all keys on the keyboard. In order to accommodate circumstances in which the user desires the auto-repeat to operate (such as cursor movement), the repeat rate can also be toggled from a user-specified slow speed to the standard speed, with a single keystroke. The delay may be set at up to 13.2 seconds. Second, Filch makes the CONTROL, ALT, and right SHIFT keys into toggles, permitting one-finger operation. These keys may be latching, may latch until the release of the next non-shift key pressed, neither, or both. Filch also allows audio and visual feedback to indicate operation. Macro capability (which permits complex commands to be executed with minimal keystrokes) is also included. Filch will operate with any program that does not also tamper with the BIOS ( keyboard interpretation program) of the PC as long as the keyboard interrupts are shared. "Evaluate," a program for evaluating a person's keyboarding abilities, is included free with the purchase of Filch (see separate entry for Evaluate). COMPATIBILITY: For use on Commodore Amiga, IBM PS/2, IBM PC, NEC (some or all models), Datavue Spark, Grid, Toshiba laptop, and Atari ST computers.
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This product record was updated on December 4, 2002.
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Kinetic Designs Inc
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