VK TypeHelp is magically useful software. It will suite mystical needs for those of us who often works with «typical» texts, the texts where the same phrases and words arise again, and again, and again, so you type them and sigh «what a pity, nobody can automate this!» Now you can be aware: somebody CAN. VK TypeHelp author could do this, and he has done this, and it works!
With VK TypeHelp, you wont need a dedicated «setting up frequent phrases» period. Just turn the program on and get back to your work. As you work, youll see a small window, always on-screen, with suggestions on the next several letters (suggestions are changed after each letter you type). For the first time after you just started to work with software, those suggestions will be short (and sometimes quite strange), but minute by minute theyll become more and more smart and sensible: the software learns as you type. It is smart enough to suggest you several possible «next parts» of the word, alongside with a gray «portion of string» from which this suggestion was taught (the secret is, you can accept more than only the next 3-5 letters; simply make the accepted portion of text larger).
The applications controls are smartly based on the «digital keyboard», so when you are typing, dont need to move a hand between the keyboard and the mouse to accept suggestions. Mysterious software.
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