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# 181062 1-Oct-2015 02:36
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On at least one of my little atom computers, whenever I click the mouse 3 times or more, an onscreen keyboard appears. Its not the accessibility one, its like the tablet one.

Anyway, How to stop it happening? Sometimes it will stop appearing, but then I am in a game clicking on things and up it comes, in the way. Ugh.




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  # 1397695 1-Oct-2015 05:41
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what are you clicking on?  a text field?

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  # 1397782 1-Oct-2015 09:32
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Nathan: not text fields, just a blank part of the browser will do it. Or the desktop, or anything in a game anywhere. Triple click and up it comes

Joker: "helpful" suggestion but the few I endured openeing seem to disable its service, not just stop it coming up at inappropriate times. There is nothing useful googling triple click touch keyboard disable




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  # 1397793 1-Oct-2015 10:04
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Yeah i thought you might say that. I just disabled it since win 8. But i use a laptop.




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