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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
2.71 MB
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Downloads:
2854
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
Comfort Software(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
Comfort Typing constantly monitors your keyboard and when it detects a keyword, it replaces the keyword with a predefined text.
There are two types of text templates: plain text and RTF (Rich Text Format - as in MS Word, OpenOffice, MS WordPad, etc).

Built-in multilingual word autocomplete function completes words you are typing. Comfort Typing can show the input language flag next to the caret or in the system tray (next to the clock).

You can add various macros to the text templates: keystrokes, date, time, tags for inserting random text from a predefined list, etc. Comfort Typing Pro enables you to secure your text templates using a powerful 448-bit Blowfish encryption.

It is easy to use Comfort Paste in workgroups. To do it, just save the template file to a network resource and configure it to be used on every workstation.





You can download Comfort Typing Pro free here.
What's New
Version 7.0.1 has added new function "Show alternate characters or symbols" and section "Exceptions" has been replaced with new section "Dependencies".

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