I am trying to find a touchscreen keyboard program for Project Bow that is open source so that we can alter it to the needs of Bow, a seven year old chimpanzee. We need the keys to be very big and with lots of space in between, so that it will be unlikely for him to press two keys at once by accident. We will also need to alter the keyboard for Hebrew use. We would like to be able to move the keys around, as superusers, but nto allow Bow to do the same. (We want to show that he spells by letters, not position of letters in the keyboard.)
Hi, Aya Katz.
I have no idea...
But may be you can check this:
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