GNU Typist 2.9.4

A command-line and Open Source utility for learning how to type and improve your typing skills
GNU Typist (also known as gtypist) is an open source and universal typing tutor that lets users to learn how to type right, as well as to improve their typing skills through exercises. It is based on and inspired by the Typist application.

The software includes various typing tutorials that are translated into several languages, as well as support for various keyboard layouts. It interprets an intuitive and simple scripting language, which is used for describing typing tutorials, lets users to easily modify existing tutorials, as well as to create new ones.

In addition, GNU Typist supports internationalization, various operating systems, including GNU/Linux, GNU/HURD, BSD, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows, and lets users to easily navigate through lessons.

last updated on:
February 5th, 2014, 18:45 GMT
developed by:
Tim Marston
license type:
GPL v3 
ROOT \ Education


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GNU Typist - The main menu of the GNU Typist application
What's New in This Release:
  • Fix for Colemak lesson, thanks to Ashley Whetter
  • libintl is now an extrenal requirement
  • libtinfo is now linked against, as required
  • Minor documentation fixes
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