|OnScreen: for Windows; On-Screen Keyboards with Assistive Technology; Version 1.78 Release 4; User's Guide|
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OnScreen WAS NOT intended to emulate the Windows keyboard interface in its entirety. Although OnScreen appears to operate just as the keyboard does, due to its design, certain applications may not function properly with OnScreen. Special software considerations have been made to make OnScreen as flexible as possible, and the notes below offer information on configuration settings that may make OnScreen work within your applications. Also below is a complete discussion of settings, options, and possible solutions to any incompatibilities.
OnScreen WAS intended to make certain operations easier because the user can concentrate on the task at hand, not which input device is required at the moment.
OnScreen allows the user to keep their eyes on the screen, so the flow of work on a computer is uninterrupted. In essence, OnScreen is just a standard Windows application that provides special functionality.