The LIBKEY keyboard always appears at the front of the screen. It can be minimized just like every other window, but can easily and instantly be called up by pressing buttons in an application, in a word processing program.
If a computer is set in a language, but the alphabet or symbols used in that language are not displayed on the user's keyboard, the entry of such characters can be made significantly easier by LIBKey. LIBKey shows the characters of the activated language, so that it is possible to assign the user's physical keyboard character set.
A typical example is the different keyboard layout of the first row of characters for German (QWERTZ), English (QWERTY) and French (AZERTY). If a German keyboard is being used but an English keyboard layout has been activated, then the Y will replace the Z on the German keyboard.
The following examples show French (France), Danish and Greek keyboards:
Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, English (UK), English (USA), Finnish, Flemish (Belgium), Flemish (Netherlands), French (France), French (Belgium), French (Switzerland), German (Germany), German (Switzerland), Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic), Serbian (Latin), Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish.
Upcoming versions will also support east-Asian languages. LIBKEY is based on UNICODE and can be used with many applications.