The world is completely multi-cultural now, its just a fact. But this fact is a pain for those who have a non-English alphabet (like Cyrillic or Greek), because they should use several keyboard layouts (native for conversations and English for URLs, technical information etc.). These people should not only switch layout every several minutes, but also they should always remember their «current» layout inside every individual application!
Of course, its a pain or not really a pain, just a problem? Each problem can be solved. Aml Maple is a solution of «whats my current layout?» problem.
The solution is brilliantly simple: without Aml Maple you have a mouse cursor, with Aml Maple youll have the very same cursor but with a small icon of the current input language flag! The coolest thing about the solution is that information is unobtrusive, but it is always in your attention focus (unlike Windows language panel in the taskbar). As any other good program for every-minute use, Aml Maple is super-lightweight (what about 33 KB software in 2008?) and super-stable. And it is absolutely free.
If you have more than one keyboard layouts you can be a potential user of Aml Maple which will be a happy addition for your everyday environment.
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