From Stefano Ghielmi:
'AsyncKeys!' mean: 'Asynchronous keyboard reading', that is when the computer reads the status of the key pressed on the keyboard without waiting for them to generate a keyDown event. AsyncKeys is a little utility that shows you the exact keyboard reference number and its ASCII equivalent to a keystroke or key combination you can press.Note that if you change the layout of your keyboard (I.E. from US keyboard to French keyboard) some ASCII character changes but its keyboard reference number doesn't. AsyncKeys! contains the concept of the code of SpeedApp INIT and SwitchRes Extension. It just comes out from a simple discussion in between me and Stéphane Madrau, and it have been created just for fun and for to be a little utility for programmers and for to satisfy some curiosity of everyday people when using a compter, it is our free tribute for to teach and explain something to Macintosh users.
What's new in this version:
- Available for Mac OS X 10.2 or newer only, the development for Mac OS 9 and lower has been abandoned.
- Asynckeys! can now show the Base64 encoding in all its ASCII analyzer windows.
- This 1.7 version got a new look thanks to the nice icons and pictures made by Eric J. Basti. Visit his website at: www.twitcreations.com
- All the program interface has been updated to become more compatible with Mac OS X interface standards.
- Added a font popup menu in the ASCII Character Reveale...
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