|OnScreen: for Windows; On-Screen Keyboards with Assistive Technology; Version 1.80; User's Guide|
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The OnScreen tutorial explains each of the panels and keys available. Following is a description of the standard settings for OnScreen and a brief description of the panels that are initially displayed. The tutorial and Section II of this manual will explain each key and panel in detail. The OnScreen Tutorial may be run from the OnScreen Welcome window or by selecting Tutorial from the OnScreen Menu.
Settings in the standard configuration
Left Mouse button (or pen or touchscreen tap) is set to press a key. Right Mouse button (if supported by touchscreen / pointing device driver) is for opening the OnScreen menu.
The following panels are initially displayed:
The OnScreen WordComplete / Action Panel
The WordComplete / Action Panel provides frequency sorted word completion candidates based on letters typed, along with other action buttons & control keys.
The Keyboard Panel
With a document or input window open, a left button click on any key on the keyboard panel acts exactly like pressing the corresponding key on the keyboard.
The OnScreen Tool Bar
The Tool (top) button when clicked will open and close the WordComplete / Action Panel (in Basic Mode).
The middle button will pop-up the OnScreen Menu
The bottom button will minimize OnScreen to either an icon or a button as set in the configuration.