It may not have a flashy design, but CwType easily converts text into Morse code. Don't be intimidated by the multitude of controls across its compact interface; you can immediately type or paste text into the lowest pane and the program automatically translates it into Morse code. Messages appear letter by letter with the appropriate sounds.
You also can create up to 37 text entries and assign them to a function key, or a combination of a function key and the Alt or Ctrl key. There are options to modify the speed, dash-dot ratio, interletter spaces, and beacon period. The Help file is on the technical side, but does provide guidance for connecting your computer to a transceiver and using the program's features.
Though it would be nice if the program visually displayed the dashes and dots with the sounds, you can't complain about the cost of this freeware program, and intermediate users and above who are interested in Morse code will appreciate what it offers.
The terminal program for CW-operators (amateur radio). You can transmit both from the keyboard and from the paddle connected to a joystick or LPT connector. While operating in paddle iambic mode sending (the memory of a unit of the symbol) is possible. The handle of the transceiver (PTT and CW keying) is made through one of the COM, LPT or USB ports. Can cooperate with RZ4AG AALog logger. Version 1.75 can work together with AALog 3.0.
What's new in this version:
Version 2.10 fixes a bug with configuration saving.