Part of the confusion here is involving using the word "emulator" instead of an alternative device. An emulator is, by its very definition, a piece of software that emulates a piece of hardware. An example of a "keyboard emulator
" would be the On Screen Keyboard that ships with Windows. Calling a sip & puff device a keyboard emulator, is like calling a trackball or touchpad a mouse emulator.
That being said, the only solution here is to either a) contact the device manufacturer, or b) look for alternative hardware. Although I'll admit I haven't kept up on alternative input devices for disabled persons - I would like to imagine that there should be some form of head/eye tracking device that could emulate the mouse. If such a device does exist, that would probably be your best bet for this, or any type of game.
As far as other solutions go - all I have to say is good luck. From what I've seen of LotRO, it's very
picky about what input it accepts. Obviously this is done to greatly discourage botting/automation, but the end result is that unless what's sending the mouse/keyboard commands is actually a piece of input hardware - it's not going to be recognized. So you would ultimately need a true keyboard emulator in order to do anything via software.
Originally Posted by Bogumil
Please excuse me, but this borders on ignorance. Reading this:
He did apologize for missing that part, a good 6 hours
before you took him to task
A certain saying involving glass houses and stones come to mind