KeyWack Changelog

New in version 1.8.0

November 9th, 2012
  • Fix: Removed the Command-X quitting from the Mac version since the keys are very close and may be accidentally pressed.
  • Fix: Graphical objects now can be rotated along with all the text objects.
  • Fix: Many of the pictures have been cleaned up more.
  • Fix: Returned the Edit menu so that the Serial Number can be easily pasted in.
  • New: A new serial number system has been implemented. It will appear after 30 keystrokes or 10 minutes. Please pay on the web site or quit and relaunch the application.
  • New: Compatible with MacOS X Mountain Lion.
  • New: Compatible with Retina Display.
  • New: The types of items displayed are now divided into sections to grow with children as they progress. The sections include: toddler, intermediate, Genius, Geek, Religious and Traveller.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen ASCII character with its description in brackets.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen city based in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales or the United States of America.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen Country name.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen dictionary word based on any of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish or Swedish.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen HTML tag.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen morse code value. When suitable displays the character pressed on the keyboard and speaks the code in dots and dashes.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen person’s name based on the 2010 USA and UK census.
  • New: You can now display a randomly chosen state (or county) based in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales or the United States of America.
  • New: You can now display Old and New Testament Bible verses. Text is based on the Public Domain World English Bible version available at .
  • New: You can now display simple Equations (plus, minus, times and/or divide). Pressing a digit will begin the equation with that number. You can choose whether to have the answer displayed.