Define the keyboard layout of the visual helper keyboard. This should be the same as your real keyboard.
The choice of operating system ensures that the correct function keys are displayed on the visual helper keyboard.
By choosing the exercise language you can select exercises that match your keyboard layout.
Define whether your typing speed should be displayed in characters or words.
Determines whether elements and page transitions should be animated. If the page does not run smoothly on your computer, deactivate this function.
Determines whether the exercise text is displayed as a moving text or line by line. If the typing tutor does not run smoothly, deactivate this function.
Determine whether the training text is animated. If not activated, the text jumps immediately to the next letter. You should disable this feature, if our typing trainer runs choppy.
Determines whether a sound should be played each time a key is pressed. Errors are signalled by a separate tone. The acoustic feedback helps you with the text input.
If enabled, exercises are paused when you indicate that you are distracted by inactivity or by clicking somewhere on the page.
If enabled, words that you commonly misspell are repeated in the current exercise.
Define how to deal with errors during text input.
Define if and how many capital letters should be used in your exercise text.
Specifies how often line breaks are inserted in dynamic exercises.
Define whether the keys on the visual keyboard should be displayed in the corresponding finger colors.
When activated, the initial position of your finger is highlighted.
When enabled, a dividing line marks which keys should be tapped by the left hand and which by the right hand.
When activated, a line shows where you have to move your finger.