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how to text on a how to text on a Raspberry Pi 4 7" " Touchscreen Display

volkinaxe

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got my Raspberry Pi 4 b on a 7" " Touchscreen working good just don`t know how to tipe without a keybord
 

Hound-of-chulainn

Active Member
If you're using a pi, I'm guessing it's probably running linux, but if you go to your accessibility settings, you should be able to find an on-screen/virtual keyboard. you can pin it to your task bar in case you need to close/open it.
 

volkinaxe

Well-Known Member
If you're using a pi, I'm guessing it's probably running linux, but if you go to your accessibility settings, you should be able to find an on-screen/virtual keyboard. you can pin it to your task bar in case you need to close/open it.
were do i find the accessibility settings, ?
 

volkinaxe

Well-Known Member
ok just went to .raspberrypi.org/forums loged in and this is what you get wow
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how is it that i find more help from here then anywere
 

Hound-of-chulainn

Active Member
I run mint, but it's almost the same. just go to your start menu > accessories, and then look for one that says keyboard. In mint it's under preferences in the start menu instead. There's a separate option in your start menu for preferences> accessibility that has some other virtual keyboard settings.
Once it's working, there's some other things you can do to make it easier according to this page.
 

volkinaxe

Well-Known Member
I run mint, but it's almost the same. just go to your start menu > accessories, and then look for one that says keyboard. In mint it's under preferences in the start menu instead. There's a separate option in your start menu for preferences> accessibility that has some other virtual keyboard settings.
Once it's working, there's some other things you can do to make it easier according to this page.
it`s ok got it working thanks ^w^
 
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