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    Default Tavultesoft Keyman program updated

    For some of you this may be of interest, but I just got an email that the latest version of Tavultesoft's Keyman program (9.0) now offers a completely free version that should be a help in managing and using different keyboards (e.g. Greek and Hebrew). I have an older version of this program and haven't yet downloaded the latest, but because this program has been mentioned on these forums from time to time, I just wanted to let people know that there's now a free option for it.

    http://keyman.com/desktop/
    Michael Hanel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel View Post
    For some of you this may be of interest, but I just got an email that the latest version of Tavultesoft's Keyman program (9.0) now offers a completely free version that should be a help in managing and using different keyboards (e.g. Greek and Hebrew). I have an older version of this program and haven't yet downloaded the latest, but because this program has been mentioned on these forums from time to time, I just wanted to let people know that there's now a free option for it.

    http://keyman.com/desktop/
    Hello, I bought the version 8. Should discard it and get the free version of 9.0?

    Martin
    Martin Zhang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinzh View Post
    Hello, I bought the version 8. Should discard it and get the free version of 9.0?

    Martin
    I am in the same situation, Martin. Should I stay with the paid version 8 or upgrade to the free version 9 which looks to offer the same thing. I contacted Tavultesoft, and I received a standard reply that didn't answer my question except to suggest I upgrade to the version 9 pro. For now, I'm staying w/ version 8. If someone else knows, I'd appreciate an update.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
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