CAPS Warn is designed for people who type with one hand using Sticky Keys, or for anyone who presses the Caps Lock key frequently by mistake.
CAPS Warn is a Preference Pane that provides: A) on-screen indications of when the Caps Lock, Shift, Control, Option, or Command keys are pressed (or stuck on by Sticky Keys) or B) warnings that: 1) you have turned on the CAPS Lock and/or 2) you have typed a specified number (default 5) of keys with the SHIFT key (or Sticky Keys SHIFT) or CAPS Lock. CAPS Warn warns you regardless of what application you are typing into.
WHAT'S NEW Version 6.0 :
• Further improved compatibility with 10.10+.
• Imroved instructions for installing updates.
• Added more debugging information to the "Email the Author" function.
OS X 10.5 or later
To install or upgrade CAPS Warn, it is important that you follow these instructions exactly:
1. DO NOT drag anything anywhere.
2. DO NOT double-click CAPS Warn.prefPane
3. Right- or Control- click CAPS Warn.prefPane and choose “Open” from the menu that pops up.
4. If you get a prompt about an unidentified developer, click the “Open” button in the prompt window.
5. The CAPS Warn preference pane will now open in System Preferences. Make sure the settings are as you desire, make sure “Enable CAPS Warn” is checked and close System Preferences.
Previous serial from Special [K] (=see in KCN or SerialBox) still working and doesn't need to serialZed again if you have a previous installed version ;)