FAQs

What operating systems are compatible with click4all?

Click4all is compatible with:

  • Windows 7 and later
  • OS X 10.5 and later
  • Android 4.1 and later
  • IOS 9.3.5

What can I do with click4all?

Click4all is used to send commands using alternative interfaces to keyboard and mouse. You have up to 18 commands for each configuration. You can then use it with various applications by choosing the most suitable set of controls. A few examples, among the most common:

  • Causal/effect games and video games
  • listening to music from a playlist
  • browsing an e-book
  • telephone calls

Can I customize the controls?

Yes. Click4all is preconfigured with a set of the most used commands. If you want to change the commands:

  • choose one of the ready-made configurations;
  • or build your configuration, matching the sensors to the command you want.

To do so, use the configuration software, which you can download here.
For a more detailed description on how to use the software click here (page with downloadable instructions in doc format)

What materials can I use to build TOUCH buttons?

The objects or materials that you use should have a characteristic only: to be conductive. For example:

  • fruit or vegetables
  • water
  • aluminum foil
  • copper wires
  • moldable conductive paste (eg. play doh, Dido, salt dough)
  • conductive fabric
  • conductive sewing thread
  • conductive ink

Where can I buy the conductive fabric?

You can buy it on different online stores.

For example, here, but not only!

Click4all is compatible with the switches on the market?

Yes, you can connect a regular switches to any of the 6 “click” input type (marked green).You can also use any of the available 12 “touch” kind inputs (marked by the black color).

Who do I contact in case I want a customized switch, 3D printed?

You can look for a 3D printing services or a FabLab in your town. You can also look for a 3D online printing services.

Can I use other tools with click4all?

Yes. You can use click4all along with other technologies, such as:

  • keyboard
  • mouse
  • other kinds of assistive technology