If you don't have a keyboard attached to your computer or if you just prefer a more modern option, you can use Ubuntu's on-screen keyboard
feature to enter text. Dubbed GOK
, this dynamic feature includes Direct Selection and Dwell Selection capabilities and as well as word completion.
Here's how to enable it.
Use the On-Screen Keyboard on Ubuntu
Click the Settings
menu > System Settings
Next, go to System
> Universal Access
Select the Typing
tab, and then switch the On-Screen Keyboard
option to ON
Ubuntu On-Screen Keyboard Terminal Command
Alternatively, you can use a terminal command
to activate the on-screen keyboard.
To do this, simply open your terminal and type
. Relog your system to display the feature.
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Latest update on September 20, 2016 at 06:19 PM by owilson.