Niemeijer Consult Proudly Announces Future Release of First On-Screen
Keyboard Solution for Mac OS X

Amsterdam – 8 January 2002 – Niemeijer Consult today announced the
forthcoming release of KeyStrokes Lite for Mac OS X, the first on-screen
keyboard to run natively on Apple’s next generation operating system and
one of the first assistive technologies bringing the power of Mac OS X to
physically impaired Mac users.

KeyStrokes Lite for Mac OS X works seamlessly with all applications,
allowing users to type with a mouse, trackball, head pointer or other
cursor input device anywhere a user desires. KeyStrokes Lite for Mac OS X
is ideal for special education, server management, touch screens, tablets,
and couch surfing.

KeyStrokes Lite for Mac OS X will be available in the near future. To
receive a one-time notification when KeyStrokes Lite for Mac OS X is
released, please complete the form at

Niemeijer Consult today also announced version 2.2 of their popular
KeyStrokes on-screen keyboard software, which runs on System 7.1 through
Mac OS 9.2.2. KeyStrokes 2.2 now offers enhanced international support
through improved handling of dead-keys and non-US keyboard layouts and now
works in the Classic layer of Mac OS X for use with Classic applications
(requires Mac OS X 10.1.2 and Mac OS 9.2.2). A single user copy of
KeyStrokes 2.x costs US$45.

A full working 15-day trial of KeyStrokes 2.2 can be downloaded at KeyStrokes 2.2 is a free
upgrade for registered users of KeyStrokes 2.

For a more extensive version of this press release with screen shots and
details on the features of KeyStrokes Lite for Mac OS X see

David Niemeijer
Niemeijer Consult