From Sustainable Softworks:
Keyclick is a Mac OS X preference pane that provides subtle audio feedback for each keystroke the system recognizes. Human factors work on video terminals in the 1980s showed that the perception of keyboard crispness is correlated with audio feedback.
What's new in this version: More fixes for Mountain Lion.
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