CapSee Helps Avoid Caps Lock Mishaps

There are two awesome things about CapSee, a small utility for OS X from developer Threemagination, who previously helped build iPhone app Numbrix.

The first is the app's main function, a subtle, on-screen bezel it displays when you enable caps lock by tapping that occasionally-nefarious key. The second is its price: $0.

The free application, featured this week on Apple's own Website, aims to prevent accidental mis-taps that can lead to AWKWARD AT BEST, OBNOXIOUS AT WORST TYPING ERRORS. Don't worry, though, if you totally meant to turn on caps lock, the bezel disappears after a moment, letting you blissfully scream your head off.

CapSee works with Tiger, Leopard, and Snow Leopard, on Intel and PowerPC Macs alike.

This story, "CapSee Helps Avoid Caps Lock Mishaps" was originally published by Macworld.

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