Have you noticed that we know approximately where each key is situated our finger take the proper side, but we have to tear our eyes off the screen to be sure of our proper action. All you have left to do is to come over a little psychological barrier to reach real touch typing.
You know what circus juggler differs from us? He uses the peripheral vision. Do you think it is a long way to train this skill? No, peripheral vision is an inbred sense. It was developed by the ages of primitive humans struggle for survival. Peripheral vision in some aspects exceeds the central vision, for example, in response to the motion, and this is precisely what we need. All we have to do is to use peripheral vision to learn keyboard layout and to develop proper motor reactions.
here are several different types of keyboards for computers. The most common type is a physical external keyboard that connects to a computer. But in Windows there is a built-in special tool, the so-called. an on-screen keyboard that can be used instead of a physical one. To use the on-screen keyboard, a touch screen is not needed. The on-screen keyboard is displayed on the screen with all the standard keys, so you can use a mouse or other pointing device to select keys, or use one physical key or group of keys to switch between the keys on the screen.
We have nothing against typing tutors but they take time and assiduity which we lack. Instead of lessons do your usual work and type still faster and faster. What's the way? Even now you are ready for touch typing. You don't believe. Let's check it up!
On the open on-screen keyboard, press the Options key and select the options you need: Display a sound confirmation . Use this option if you want to hear a sound when you press a key. Show keys to facilitate moving around the screen . Use this option if you want the keys to be highlighted when pressed. Turn on the numeric keypad . Use this option to display the numeric keypad on the on-screen keyboard. Keystrokes . Use this mode if you prefer to press the keys of the on-screen keyboard to enter text. Pointing to the keys . Use this mode if you prefer to hover over the keys with the mouse or joystick. Characters are entered automatically if you hold the pointer over them for a certain time. Scan keys . Use this mode if you want to enable continuous keyboard scanning. In scan mode, areas are highlighted in which you can enter keyboard characters using a combination of keys, an input switching device, or a device that simulates a mouse click. Use text prediction . Use this option if you want the on-screen keyboard to suggest words as you type, and you do not need to enter a word completely.
Forget about the keyboard. There is no keyboard at all. There are only your thoughts and fingers
Just think what it would be if a musician didn't think of the melody but which finger to use to press the key. The same thing should be the computer keyboard. Finally we don't look at the mouse to move cursor. Give your finger more freedom and they'll find the proper way to press the keys.
There are several different types of keyboards. The most commonly used physical external keyboard that connects to a computer. Windows also has an on-screen keyboard, which is presented as an accessory. Use the on-screen keyboard instead of the physical one to navigate between computer components and enter text. To use the on-screen keyboard, a touch screen is not needed. An on-screen keyboard is displayed on the screen with all the standard keys. Use the mouse or other pointing device to select keys, or use a single physical key or group of keys to move between the keys on the screen.
If you don’t have a physical keyboard at hand to enter data, you can use the on-screen keyboard. The on-screen keyboard is displayed as a keyboard with all standard keys. You can select keys with the mouse or other pointing device, or use one key or group of keys to move between the keys on the screen. Watch this video to learn how to enter text without using a keyboard (1:21)
Frontype Method. Five easy steps to touch-typing. Do not start training until you read this text. Follow exactly the recommendations. Do not think. Thoughts draw your attention away. Do not hesitate. All you have to do is just to break some psychological barrier. 1. Seat yourself comfortable. Close your eyes. Put your palms on the keyboard, feel its size, dimensions, edges, each row of keys. Find blindly F and J keys. They are marked with hillocks. F and J are your last two friends in that blind world. Value them and every time return index fingers on them. The rest fingers are disposed on the next keys so called "home row". 2. Open Frontype. Set it up to maximum size suitable to your screen the size of your physical keyboard in the optimum. Move it very close to text cursor. Some may prefer to put Frontype over the printing text and make it more transparent. 3. Very important: Don't tear your eyes o the screen to look down, but don't look at Frontype neither. Look right to text cursor. Try to find the needed key blindly. Your fingers should remember the keys, not your eyes! Fingers memorize the position of a key relative to F and J. 4. Start typing. Any text that comes to your mind, your favorite song for example. Keep your fingers on the home row by default. Make amplitude of pressing as small as possible. Try to use all fingers. The wanted key is pressed by the finger that is closer. 5. Make mistakes. Make a lot of mistakes. At the beginning even don't delete wrong letters. Pressed the wrong key? Press neighbour key. Wrong again? Press next untill you type the right letter. Press it few times. Return fingers to default position and press again. Good. Use other finger to press the same key, may be it's more suitable? If you can't remember (even approximately) where the needed key is situated have casual glance at Frontype. Then look again at cursor and type it blindly. WOW! Great! Frontype is so simple! No. It's pretty not so simple. We recommended you not looking at Frontype. Actually, it's not true. You look directly at cursor but your brain receives a lot of information. Visual information. When your finger hits the right or wrong key peripheral vision collects full layout of the background. In Frontype it's deliberately done the backlight of pressed key is slowly disappearing. It's done in order to your brain managed to catch and to send signal right / or wrong to your fingers to develop proper motor reactions.
Frontype is a virtual onscreen keyboard for fast typing.
It also can be used for emulation of any national keyboard layout
because it reflects all your operations with physical keyboard
and all the keys shown in their proper places in chosen language.
Frontype looks like a grey transparent film over the screen.
It's easy to adjust and customize: size, transparency, color, key sets etc.
You might want to use Frontype only with particular programs. Check "Show only when these programs are active" and onscreen keyboard will appear only when you are using them.
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