|OnScreen: for Windows; On-Screen Keyboards with Assistive Technology; Version 1.80; User's Guide|
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All features and actions within OnScreen are performed by moving the cursor / pointer over the desired button and single clicking the selected button. OnScreen may be repositioned on the screen by clicking anywhere on the background (anywhere that is not a button) of OnScreen and dragging it to the new screen position.
OnScreen can also assign a secondary button (if supported by the hardware driver) to move OnScreen. See OnScreen Setup Help for more information on how to change your Mouse Button Assignments.
Themes use different key images and backgrounds to create a wide range of looks to the OnScreen layouts. The available themes are based on the ThemeList, which lists sub-folders that contain images and details on a particular theme. You can change the current theme to the next available theme via the Advanced Features menu, or (if in use), the Touch Panel. To modify, add, or get more detailed information on Themes, refer to the Initialization File entries for Theme, ThemeList, and ThemesFolder.
Note: The Themes capability allows for custom painting, so a wide-range of looks and customizations can be accomplished using low-level display features via a separate DLL (Dynamically Linked Library). These affect certain built in features and display capabilities when in use.