Developer: Yi Gu

Current Version: 1.3.1

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 1.4 MB - Download


isHUD -- A HUD for multilingual users.

If you use multiple input sources, usually you have to look at the upper-right corner of the screen to check which input source is in use. With the full screen mode of OS X, to check the current input source is not as easy as just move your eyes.

isHUD will help you out. It tells you which input source is in use, keeps your eyes on the center area of the screen, and your hands on the keyboard.

Now, just concentrate on your work.

With isHUD you can:
* Double-strike the Fn key to check the current input source (Command/Option can be assigned for this function as well.)

* Use one key as the shortcut to select the next input source


Release Notes:

1. Fix the shadow issue of the HUD window.
2. The status bar icon is adaptive to the UI dark mode.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2
Review by nihonjon

Awesome! - Simplifies something that drives me crazy. It's especially good for Japanese which has 3-4 different language inputs that tend to crowd up input sources… Now Switching between Japanese, Korean and English isn't so much of a hassle.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.3.1
Review by young cheol yun

perfect with macOS Sierra - I've been using karabiner indepth including input change ( using right command only), but after the OS update, karabiner failed out. still not working right now around 2016/ 11/ 14. it was too clunky to press CMD-Space every time I want to change input type. 1. this app work perfectly with specified single press. (among of left option, left command, right command and right option) 2. also you can check current input type by double tapping modifier Key twice. (among of left option, left command, right command, right option and function key) 3. Plus it provide visual alert of input changes in the middle of the screen Every Time, even if input source are automatically changing. p.s. you should set 'select next input source in input menu' in keyboard setting as current macOS Sierra default 'Control + space' worth 0.99﹩

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people