KeyStrokes And Yosemite Compatibility Issues

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KeyStrokes And Yosemite Compatibility Issues

I have been a KeyStrokes user for about 4 years now and it has opened a whole new world for me. However, over the last few months, I have encountered a few issues with KeyStrokes after updating my software to Yosemite. The first issue is extra characters and punctuation being inputed without actually dwelling on them, I think it's some kind of delay with KeyStrokes and the onscreen keyboard. The second issue is not being able to highlight certain things or drag anything with the drag-click options, there is a way around that, which involves activating sticky keys in system preferences, but it doesn't fix the dragging problem. The third and last issue is there are times the cursor gets uncontrollable and I have to restart the whole computer to be able to move the cursor correctly. These issues can be very frustrating. I hope there's a solution soon.

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Could you let us know if you

Could you let us know if you have updated to version 4.1.4 of KeyStrokes, which was released to enhance compatibility with Yosemite.

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