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7. On_Screen_Keyboards

Many on screen keyboards have been created for environments with no keyboards such as wearable computers or palm devices. They are also very useful for accessibility enhancement when used with a mouse or no-hand tools such as a head-mouse or an eye-tracker. Some of tools included in Fedora are described in this section.

7.1. GNOME On-Screen Keyboard

GNOME's On-Screen Keyboard or gok provides an on screen tool for selecting windows as well as composing input. GOK can be enabled as the default mobility application by selecting System > Preferences > Assistive Technologies then clicking the Preferred Applications button and selecting the preferred mobility application. Additional information can be located at