Carpalx optimizes keyboard layouts to create ones that require less effort and significantly reduced carpal strain!
Have ideas? Tell me.
18/may/14 — Updating text — some of the copy needs to be reworked.
17/may/14 — Made the CSS less useless.
The distribution (carpalx-x.xx) includes the training text files (English, perl, java, ruby), word lists, scripts and configuration files. First, check the requirements to make sure you can run the code.
|carpalx-0.12.tgz||0.12||27,816,461||Fri Oct 2 08:06:17 2015|
|carpalx-0.11.tgz||0.11||16,422,359||Fri Aug 14 20:06:36 2009|
|carpalx-0.10.tgz||0.10||16,814,729||Tue Jan 15 14:57:51 2008|
To use the layouts with PKL, either download a version of PKL that includes carpalx layouts (carpalx-pkl), or just the layouts themselves (carpalx-pkl-layouts).
Note to non-English users: We love you, but the PKL layouts only include standard character and punctuation keys. International symbols are not included in the layouts.
|carpalx-pkl-layouts-0.02.zip||0.02||108,358||Tue Oct 6 13:22:41 2009|
|carpalx-pkl-0.02.zip||0.02||440,109||Tue Oct 6 13:21:58 2009|
|carpalx-pkl-layouts-0.01.zip||0.01||116,213||Fri Aug 21 13:57:38 2009|
|carpalx-pkl-0.01.zip||0.01||450,082||Fri Aug 21 13:57:18 2009|
Many thanks to Sven Hallberg for providing X11 conf files for Carpalx layouts, to be used with setxkbmap. He describes installation in his blog.
Richard Gomes contributed an archive that bundles Sven's files, along with examples for KDE/Gnome.