ieKeyboard is an Internet Explorer browser add-on that allows the user to easily enter international characters (foreign characters) without having to reconfigure Microsoft Windows, install language packs, etc. Our international keyboard is an indispensable tool for accessing social networking websites like Facebook, YouTube, and MySpace. It should also come in particularly handy for users who perform multilingual searches in Google, Yahoo, and other search engines. Do you need to enter foreign characters in blogs, forums, web-mails, or diaries? If so, then our virtual keyboard is for you! Also, please note that many people, especially Eastern Europeans do not like seeing their names misspelled ieKeyboard may save your relationship or ... a business deal. In general, misspelling (or mispronouncing) people's names makes it hard for people to relate in a meaningful way. Our international on-screen keyboard allows you to write in your own language regardless of where you are in the world! More... virtual keyboard is a much better solution than reconfiguring Windows because even if you do reconfigure Windows to use your language - you will find yourself in front of a keyboard with a different language layout so you will have to guess locations of the keys or... find and print a layout chart. The program installs as a new button in the Internet Explorer toolbar - whenever you need foreign characters, just hit the ieKeyboard button and it pops up our virtual keyboard as a draggable window on your current web page. Select the language you desire by clicking on the Language Selector button at the bottom-left corner of the virtual keyboard. The list of available languages will appear below the keyboard. Click on the language you need. The layout of the virtual keyboard will change and the Language Selector will show the abbreviated name of your language. Our international keyboard remembers your language selection on the per website basis so next time you visit the same website the language setting is recalled. Position the cursor in the input field where you want the text to appear and... start typing. The ability to enter characters directly into the desired input field is a unique feature of ieKeyboard - other virtual keyboards available on internet operate on their own websites and require you to first enter all of the text in a temporary input field on another web page and then copy and paste the text to the destination field. Supported languages, alphabets, and layouts: Ar - Arabic, Bg - Bulgarian, Ca - Canadian, Cn - Chinese, Cz - Czech, C2 - Chech Alt, Da - Danish 159, D2 - Danish 281, Nl - Dutch, De - German, Et - Estonian, Fi - Finnish, Fr - French, El - Greek, He - Hebrew, In - Devanagari script (Hindu/Konkani/Marathi/Sanscrit), Hu - Hungarian, Is - Icelandic, It - Italian, Jk - Japanese Katakana, Jh - Japanese Hiragana, Ko - Korean, Lv - Latvian, Lt - Lithuanian, Mk - Macedonian, No - Norwegian 155, N2 - Norwegian 281, P2 - Polish 214, P4 - Polish 457, Pt - Portuguese, Ro - Romanian, Ru - Russian, Sr - Serbian, Sh - Serbo-Croatian, Sk - Slovak, Es - Spanish, Sv - Swedish, Th - Thai, Uk - Ukrainian, Us - English
Platform Windows XP
Operating Systems Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista
System Requirements Windows XP/Vista/2003 with Internet Explorer 6 or later.
Date added 21 Feb 2009
Last Updated 1 Mar 2011
Tags international keyboard,on-screen keyboard,virtual keyboard,foreign characters,Arabic on-screen keyboard, Bulgarian on-screen keyboard, Canadian on-screen keyboard, Czech on-screen keyboard, Danish on-