Kicho is a small background-only application that modifies the behavior of the caps-lock key such that when caps-lock is on, typing with the shift key produces lower-case letters, similar to the behavior of the caps-lock key on PCs and Apple IIs.
Kicho makes no other modifications to the keyboard's behavior. And because Kicho is an application and not an extension or control panel, it can be activated and deactivated on-the-fly, without restarting, and is unlikely to cause system conflicts. However, being a background application, it's still invisible to the user.
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