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Windows 7: How to Add supported layout to the On-Screen-Keyboard?

10 May 2010   #1

Windows 7 RTM x64
How to Add supported layout to the On-Screen-Keyboard?

The drop down menu on the On-Screen-Keyboard is something i have been able to do before I'm just not sure how i did it.

I am using UMPC and desktop PC with touchscreens so the onscreen keyboard is something i use quite often, I speak English and Swedish but am slowly learning the Polish language here where I live now and thus need a practical access to their alphabet special characters on my Swedish QWERTY keyboards, this is an excellent use of the virtual keyboard but I have previously added the supported installed languages to the drop down menu of the keyboard which is more practical than changing in the system tray or using the keyboard short-cut combination I've assigned as a make-shift solution.

Please help.

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10 May 2010   #2
not so gray matter

W7 Ult. x64 | OS X

I'm not certain how to do this, but you may want to browse through alternative on screen keyboard programs. Here are some links.

Hot Virtual Keyboard: Software

Zero Weight Keyboard: Software

Inscribe: Software

ShapeWriter: Software

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