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MorseWriter v2.1 Portable


Convert key presses into Morse code, which is then used to type characters or perform various other actions, with this interesting, educational tool. Morse code was invented as a method of sending messages over long distances via telegraph, which could only generate simple electric pulses that had to be converted into comprehensible language. Each symbol on your keyboard has a corresponding sequence of dots and dashes, and MorseWriter allows you to enter this sequence and provide input using Morse code alone.


The application is quite basic, but it can help you understand how the system works and learn the code. To write anything using this method, you will need to generate sequences of dots(dits), dashes (dahs) and pauses. To keep things simple, at least at first, you can use one key to insert dots and dashes, and then rely on good timing to add pauses.

However, it is also possible to use separate keys for dits and dahs, as well as use a third key which you can press to signal that a sequence has been finished.

The application is minimized to the system tray once activated, but a command-line window has to remain in the taskbar to manage input. A chart is also displayed in a separate window, which displays sequences and highlights singles that have been generated.

You can also enable audio beeps to help you manage the signals more easily. However, on Windows 10, the system notification sound is played whenever a key is pressed, which can get quite annoying, but you can simply turn the volume down. This does not seem to happen on older versions of the OS.

While MorseWriter may not have much in the way of practical applications, it makes it easy for novices to understand how the system works. If you are curious about how Morse code is used to transmit messages, you should definitely give it a try.


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