Ubuntu's virtual keyboard, Onboard 0.98, adds button shadows and numerous fixes (Ubuntu 12.10)
Onboard is Ubuntu's default virtual keyboard, that allows the user to benefit a full-fledged virtual keyboard, featuring full key set, number and function (such as F1, F2, F3, etc) buttons, etc, bundle of features contained into a desktop-integrated interface.
Onboard 0.98 has landed in Ubuntu 12.10, continuing its road towards further improvements, presenting itself as mainly an under-the-hood focused release.
Improved show/hide modes, python3 adoption (as default), various auto-show fixes, enhanced
High Contrast, Inverse theme, as well as a solid amount of fixes and optimizations, come to strengthen the 0.98 version, version designed with Ubuntu 12.10 in mind.
A definitely interesting aspect of Onboard 0.98 is the newly added shadow to buttons, minor yet relevant addition, exposing buttons with a fancy distinct look & feel, visual change that properly separates the buttons from their "ground".
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