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OnScreen with CrossScanner joins the Assistive Technology version of IMG's My-T-Soft Keyboards along with CrossScanner, RJ Cooper's Single-switch Windows control software. This is a special version for individuals that cannot use a mouse, trackball, or any other type of pointing device, and use a switch-based approach to operating their computer.
Windows 8 / 8.1 Coming Soon!
OnScreen with CrossScanner is a highly sophisticated approach for operating a Microsoft Windows based system. By using CrossScanner and a single-switch, any point on the screen can be selected, and any mouse type operation such as clicks, double-clicks, drag, or right-clicks can be accomplished with a few switch hits. Then, using OnScreen and its built in features such as WordComplete, text input can be sent to any program for creating documents, e-mails, or performing simple text entry tasks, all driven by CrossScanner and the single-switch interface. With OnScreen and CrossScanner, a switch user can do anything an average user using a physical keyboard and mouse can do, enabling users who would otherwise be restricted to closed or limited environments. This opens up the entire computing universe to a single switch user.
OnScreen is used by individuals who need an alternative to the physical keyboard, and need an on-screen keyboard as their primary text input device
CrossScanner allows a single switch to operate and interact with Microsoft Windows.
For Commercial use, check out the Commercial Products Home Page
For pointing device users, refer to OnScreen
For Handheld, Rugged, and Windows CE Terminal devices, see My-T-Soft CE.
For Custom Keyboard Designing and Windows / Linux run-times, see >Build-A-Board Keyboard Designer Tool.
OnScreen US Standard 101 Keyboard Layout with WordComplete / Action Panel
OnScreen provides On-Screen keyboard emulation that works with ANY Windows program. The Assistive Technology Version provides a wealth of features specifically designed for use by individuals who can not easily use common input devices.
CrossScanner provides single-switch scanning to individuals who cannot operate a mouse, trackball, or other pointing device, but are capable of triggering a single switch. Interfaces supported are through the mouse, joystick, or keyboard inputs. As a software publisher, IMG does not provide switches or any hardware - see our Assistive Technology Web Links for any hardware needs.
CrossScanner presents a LineScan (vertical scan) when initially triggered to scan down the screen, so the user can select the Y coordinate for their click, double-click, or drag operation. The FingerScan (horizontal scan) begins with the IconWindow of Actions available (selectable by a switch hit), and then continues until the next switch hit, where the selected action occurs at the selected X/Y coordinate (e.g. double-click on an icon). If there is no switch hit, the FingerScan (Optional) begins a reverse scan to allow a right-click action. There are numerous other options available based on user requirements.
OnScreen is a Windows software program that provides a powerful interface through a ANY pointing device by providing on-screen keyboards, Word Prediction / Word Completion, user programmable macros, and complete control over all computer functions.
Seamless operation from Mouse, Trackball, Touchscreen, Pen, or any other pointing device
Microsoft Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP / 2000 (32 & 64 bit) Compatible
Options for interfacing with specialty and assistive technology pointing devices
CrossScanner Support - includes tight integration with OnScreen and cooperative operational features
Key Magnifier option - 3 sizes available, enlarges key for easier identification
Key Highlight option - visual indication of key pointed to
AutoScroll - for larger sizes (larger than screen) automatic scroll into view
Scroll Control window for CrossScanner / Touchscreen users
TurnAway add-on for Head Mouse users
Text-To-Speech (Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP) Option
Text-To-Speech - audio feedback of key pointed to, with Repeat option
Text-To-Speech - Speak word typed upon WordCompletion
Text-To-Speech - Setup & Speak window - echo what has been typed
Word List options - Now supports whole sentences and spaces between words
Word List options - International Word lists
Word List options - Manage & Save Word Lists
Word List options - Read in and process external documents & files to add to current Word List
Keyboard Scanning - operate OnScreen with CrossScanner entirely from a single switch (mouse button (left-click))
Keyboard Scanning - Complete customizable approach for panels, rows/columns, and keys
Workstation / Network Logon Options
Developer Tool Kit and Extensions
Developer examples of integrating into existing applications
Show & Hide Keys
Realistic 3D graphics
Support for Build-A-Board layouts - completely customizable user interface
11 panels, individually selectable, or create your own with Build-A-Board
Great for editing - Quick & Easy!
Special Windows Short-cut Keyboard - Power Users Dream!
101 & 104 key layouts
Multiple Keyboard Layouts with ABC Layout for Non-Typists
International support - numerous keyboard layouts from around the world
Create Macro Keys & Panels
Specific Key & Key Combination Enable / Disable
Attach Executable programs to Keys & Key Combos or Window Activation
Includes the Calculator with Calculator Tape & Send Feature
Time & Date Display
Memory, Disk Space, Resources status Display
Completely Configurable for all of your needs
Color-code Panels for easy identification
On-line Quick Help for First-Time Users
Minimizes to a Button for convenient access
Once you use it, you won't want to live without it!
Keyboard not required (Just Say No... to your Keyboard.)
End-user and Developer Support
Features in OnScreen with CrossScanner!
Support for Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista
Workstation / Network Logon Options - Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista
New configurable location options for users - private or shared
Even more layouts, now over 200 keyboards providing worldwide coverage
Ability to run Build-A-Board layouts
Letters on keyboard integrated with WordComplete candidates
WordComplete Assist - Shortcut options to WordComplete candidates for less mouse movement
Word List Sort options
Word List Assistant
International Word Lists
Read in external files, add to user's Word Lists
Manage & save word lists
Zoom Key - Magnify key pointed at, 3 sizes
Highlight key - invert key pointed at for additional feedback, visual enhancement
Infinite sizes - for high resolution displays
automatic scroll into view with mouse
Scroll Control window for CrossScanner / Touchscreen users
Transparency in Windows 2000 / XP
Audio feedback of key pointed to
Speak word typed (upon Word Completion)
Setup & Speak
Select Voice & rate of speech
Type text and Speak what has been typed
Ability to remap keys & key functions
Turnaway - for head mouse users
Windows 2000 / XP logon module, Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista logon module (option to display keyboard at logon)
Existing Key Features in OnScreen
Basic & Advanced modes of operation
Adaptive Word Prediction / Word Completion with user editable word lists
Helpful options - automatic u after Q, auto capitalize I, auto capitalization & spacing after punctuations, suffixes, etc.
Automatic Arrange & screen positioning of windows for ideal usage of screen real-estate
Keystroke dwell capability
Programmable keystroke macros
Windows control panel
Word Prediction, Adaptive Word Completion
With the WordComplete / Action panel open, as you begin to type, a frequency sorted list of words is presented to the user. If more letters are typed, the choices reflect the new list of candidates. A single click of the word will complete the word in the document or e-mail being typed into. Undo becomes available, and the word's frequency count is incremented. If a new word is typed, the word is added into the user's Word Lists. Auto-spacing, auto-capitalization, suffixes, and other WordComplete features can greatly increase the typing speed and accuracy of the user!
CrossScanner - A comprehensive single switch approach to Windows operation
With over 14 years of development & user feedback, CrossScanner contains a wealth of features and options to address actual user's needs! Mouse, Keyboard, and Joystick input options allow just about every switch interface to integrate with CrossScanner. Features like acceleration through the IconWindow, toggle FingerScan direction, Speed controls, Scan Area settings, Active Window Scan, and numerous other options provide a simple and/or sophisticated approach to controlling all aspects of Windows via just a single switch. CrossScanner was created by RJ Cooper, and is developed and maintained by IMG. CrossScanner is available through IMG under license agreement.
Over 200 "Heads-Up Display" Keyboards in 12 base sizes and infinitely larger sizes
ABCD Alphabetical, QWERTY, 3 DVORAK's, and International (German, Spanish, French, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, etc.) with Edit and Numeric panels.
Minimize Keystrokes, Mouse Clicks and Menu Selections
Store up to 2000 keystrokes/menu selections (or the applications macro scripts) on each button. Up to 15 buttons can be grouped on individual Panels, which auto-open when their assigned application becomes active.
OnScreen Windows Control Panel 1 & Web Macro Panel Open
OnScreen Windows Control Panel 1 & Web Macro Panel Open
Assignable Functions for Pointing Device Buttons
Assign any of 63 different functions to each button. Popular keys such as Shift, Esc, Enter, Ins, Ctrl, etc, can be assigned at anytime
Pop-Up Calculator with pop-up Tape and Send Function
A standard 4 function calculator with memory, that always stays on top, has its own pop-up Tape and Send function that places the display information right into your current document or field.
OnScreen has over 150 functions on 11 sliding panels in 12 base screen sizes with infinite larger sizes. Any panel grouping can be selected at any time. It remains active as a Button on the active application.
CrossScanner has a comprehensive Setup application to provide control of all features & options.
On-Screen keyboard software written as standard Windows application
Compatible with all properly written Windows applications
Developed in C/C++ - written at same level as Windows operating system for maximum capabilities
Accesses Windows API via standard interfaces/System DLLs - No frameworks or special environment required
Support for all Windows variations since Windows 3.0, including Windows CE
Field proven technology since 1993
CrossScanner provides full pointing device capabilities via a single-switch
Single Switch drives LineScan, FingerScan, mouse action
Mouse actions include single click, double click, drag, right click, chord options
Input from all standard switches - also supports mouse, keyboard, and joystick input
Setup controls Scan speed, display, acceleration, alternating start direction, etc.
Keyboard designed so pointing device can fully operate Windows
Keyboard layouts as binary data files for minimal space requirements
Fully emulates 101/104 physical keyboard
11 individually selectable panels, including Alpha keyboard, Edit, and Numeric keypad
12 base sizes, infinite larger sizes
Over 200 US, international, and variation layouts
Supports IMG's Build-A-Board Layouts
User, developer, and integrator command and control options
Provides ability for user to operate without need for physical keyboard
Operator mode for secure application integration
Developer's Kit (SDK) for controlling and manipulating keyboard
Modular support options/capabilities
Windows logon options
External Support utilities (Developer's Kit)
Operational customization options
Show/Hide keys to remove potentially undesirable keys/options (Alt, Control, Function keys, etc.)
Key options to remap/modify key actions
Macro panels for arbitrary/lengthy keyboard actions
Visual customization options
Custom views/colors/key images
Supports themes for visual integration
Integrates with IMG's Build-A-Board for complete customization capabilities
Extensive feature list
Unique and specialized features to address customer needs
Detailed help, documented options, on-line knowledgebase
Advanced Technical support, programming, and program level integration assistance available
OnScreen with CrossScanner is a standard Windows Application and does not require any special drivers, and should work with all pointing device (mouse, touchscreen, pen, HID, etc.) interfaces, along with keyboard and mouse emulation drivers that are compatible with the ones that ship with Microsoft Windows.
There are countless of configuration options, settings, and special features available that have been added by customer requests since the original product release in 1994. Refer to the User's Guide for release specific technical notes, product options, and complete documentation.
CrossScanner is RJ Cooper's solution for individuals who cannot operate a standard mouse or trackball, but are capable of operating a single-switch. CrossScanner uses an X scan (LineScan) with a Y scan (FingerScan) to select any point on the screen - choices of Click, Double-Click, Drag, etc. are available to completely operate any Windows application. All development of CrossScanner is handled by IMG, and under license, we are able to provide IMG's OnScreen with CrossScanner.
Not from IMG - IMG is only licensed to sell CrossScanner with OnScreen. Since most users of CrossScanner will have the need to enter text from time to time, having OnScreen available will be very useful.
Any PC Compatible computer capable of running Windows.
Any software that runs under Windows (and most DOS programs that can be run in a Windows DOS Shell environment).
OnScreen is written at the same level as the Windows operating system. That means it runs above the pointing device and graphics drivers (it lets the device drivers do their job without creating conflicts) and runs below Windows so it doesn't compete with other applications. Unlike keys, buttons and panels created in Visual Basic, or onscreen keyboard and key panel applications that are sensitive to changes in pointing device / graphic card drivers or applications that make low level Windows calls, OnScreen is reliable and robust. That's why IMG is the only producer of onscreen keyboards and macro buttons/panels whose products are recommended or offered by major pointing device manufacturers worldwide.
Download our demo. IMG's demos are actually full working copies of the product. The demo has a built in timer that shuts down the program in about an hour without saving any settings (you can restart it by double-clicking on the program's Icon).
OnScreen with CrossScanner is a highly sophisticated approach for operating a Microsoft Windows based system. By using CrossScanner and a single-switch, any point on the screen can be selected, and any mouse type operation such as clicks, double-clicks, drag, or right-clicks can be accomplished with a few switch hits. Using OnScreen and its built in features such as WordComplete, text input can be sent to any program for creating documents, e-mails, or performing simple text entry tasks, all driven by CrossScanner and the single-switch interface. With OnScreen and CrossScanner, a switch user can do anything an average user using a physical keyboard and mouse can do, enabling users who would otherwise be restricted to closed or limited environments. This opens up the entire computing universe to a single switch user.
Depending on product, release version, OS version, and specific technical issue, some tech items are very specific, and some may span to other products/versions