Tavultesoft KeymanWeb is an online virtual keyboard tool that integrates into Wikipedia so you can do edits and searches without needing to install a keyboard on the computer you are using.
- Completely free to use in Wikipedia
- Support for over 600 different languages
- Moveable, resizable on-screen keyboard
- Point and click with the on-screen keyboard or just type with your own keyboard
- Multiple keyboard standards supported for many languages
- Remembers which language and keyboard you are working with when moving to different pages in the site
- Comprehensive help online at KeymanWeb Help Site
Paste the following text to your user page:
to get this userbox:
- Browser: Firefox 1.5 or higher, Mozilla 1.3 or higher, SeaMonkey, WebKit, Google Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
- A user account on the wiki where you want to use KeymanWeb
- A screen resolution higher than 1024×768 is recommended in order to view the on screen keyboard in a useful size
For detailed instructions on how to install the KeymanWeb Wikipedia Plugin, see the Tavultesoft Blog post "Using KeymanWeb in Wikipedia".
To install KeymanWeb into en.wikipedia.org, add the following line to your common.js:
To install KeymanWeb into your user profile for other languages in Wikipedia, add the following line to the monobook.js for that language:
Note that this script loads resources from the KeymanWeb Subscription Server at http://r.keymanweb.com/ which is owned by Tavultesoft. If this is a concern to you, please do not use this script.
Documentation and Help
KeymanWeb user documentation is available online at Tavultesoft Keymanweb Help. Help on specific keyboards is available at Keymanweb Keyboard Help or by clicking on the Help link in the On Screen Keyboard.
KeymanWeb was created by Tavultesoft Pty Ltd, an Australian company based in Hobart, Tasmania, that specialises in virtual keyboards. Tavultesoft are providing this as a free service to Wikipedia users as a way of contributing to Wikipedia.