|OnScreen: for Windows; On-Screen Keyboards with Assistive Technology; Version 1.80; User's Guide|
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OnScreen uses only three graphical icons on its buttons, the rest consist only of text. Two important points must be made about this:
It was our intention to make OnScreen easy to use for all levels of computer users. Due to the sizing concerns of OnScreen, and the inherent problems of shrinking and growing graphical images, dealing only with text was the most reasonable solution.
Even though a picture may be worth a thousand words, in most cases for OnScreen, one will do. Also, to finalize our point, just sit in front of an unfamiliar application with a graphical button bar, and quickly discern what each button does.
Hopefully, with Quick Help and the button name, a new user to OnScreen can learn the function of each button quickly.
Finally, since the user can build Panels, imagine the amount of extra effort required to build a graphical icon for each macro...
Stay tuned for Build-A-Board!