Fires events when characters, words, and lines are typed.
Window— If a window is provided, then keyboard buttons are only tracked when the window is active. Otherwise, keyboard buttons are tracked whenever the composition is the active (frontmost) application.
Typed Line— When a line ending (Return key) is typed, fires an event with the line just completed.
Typed Word— When a word ending is typed, fires an event with the word just completed. A word ending is a whitespace character (Return, Space, or Tab key) that follows a non-whitespace character.
Typed Character— When a character is typed, fires an event with the character just completed. When multiple keystrokes are used to create a single character (such as Option-e-e to type “é” on some keyboards), this port only fires for the final keystroke, not the intermediate keystrokes.
Keywords: bang, character, events, fire, i/o, input, interface, line, provider, string, text, trigger, word