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WPF Touch Screen Keyboard [Latest]

The WPF Touch Screen Keyboard was developed to be a re-usable control and toolkit for anyone developing a touch screen application in WPF.
As it stands the project was purpose built to be able to define keyboard layouts in code and only needed one style. I’m currently refactoring the project so that you will be able to define a ControlTemplate and Styles for the keys and try to make life easy for defining different keyboard layouts and interaction.
I’ll also be providing some more comprehensive and useful default keyboard controls you can use right out of the box. Keep an eye out for the next version! In the meantime if the control is styled appropriately for you it has been tested and is production ready.







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The WPF Touch Screen Keyboard provides a stand-alone solution for touch screen development. The project contains a fully configurable visual keyboard and the ability to customize the appearance and layout of the keys with a ControlTemplate and Styles.
– Keyboard is based on User Interface Framework
– Keyboard has a re-usable ControlTemplate
– Keyboard supports keyboard layouts, input with on-screen typing and two way keyboard interaction
– Keyboard can be used from within any WPF window
– Keyboard can handle multiple Views
– Keyboard supports a wide range of the standard keyboard input types such as:

– Arrows
– Backspace
– Alt (option)
– Caps
– Control
– Del
– Enter
– End
– Escape
– Home
– Insert
– Page Up
– Page Down
– Print Screen
– Tab
– Task
– Windows
– Windows Taskbar
– Windows Application Menu
– Windows Frame
– Windows Help
– Windows Start Menu
– Windows System Menu
– Windows WorkingArea
– Windows

If you need a more detailed description or have questions, you can find the project in the following location:

Learn more about Windows 7 touch in:

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Feedback and comments are appreciated.
If you have any problems or questions, just post a reply to this.
Note: I may stop responding to issues in the project that only have minor details but I’m always happy to look at broader problems.
If you want to contribute or fork the project please feel free to open a Github repository yourself and send pull requests.
– Jesse


I would recommend creating a UserControl which has a single, exposed, DependencyProperty for the InputType and a ContentControl to display the key elements.
The UserControl can be styled via a ResourceDictionary which has style definitions.
You may find the application like the following:

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Allows the creation of a customized keyboard in XAML.
Allows you to create a custom keyboard for your application in XAML.
Allows you to draw the keys in XAML.
Allows you to detect whether a key is currently down for a user gesture.
Uses the X-Plane kernel keyboard handling framework to detect keyboard presses.
Keys and Behaviors can be defined in XAML
User can define the behavior of any key
Capturing events from the X-Plane Kernel allows complex keyboard layouts to be defined in XAML.
Components for detecting presses and holding can be used in XAML
Each key can have an associated FontFamily and FontStyle and can have a color (already implemented)
Allows the use of XAML to define a background image
Requires UWP target framework

The project has three XAML files that define the keyboard as well as a CustomLayoutKeyControl class.

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There are two ways to use this control:

By adding the control in your XAML file.
By creating an instance of the control in code.

The way you use the control depends on your application requirements and if you need to support multiple form elements. The controls can be styled in a variety of different ways. For example you can make the key labels bold and large for easier recognition. You can also supply a background image for the key elements of the control.

This control has been thoroughly tested and is production ready.

Uses RichTextBox to display the keyboard.
The ability to draw a line underneath your keyboard.
Keyboard is designed to scale to different sizes.
The controls are reusable.

Overview of the setup:

The control consists of a RichTextBox and three buttons for moving the keyboard up, down and restarting. There are no specific requirements on where these elements go, it is purely for ease of use.
Example of Keyboard at Large:

The screenshot below is a medium sized keyboard.

Example of Keyboard at Default:

A small sized keyboard.

Full source code is provided for the control. The source also includes some windows with a WPF style defined. It would be a good idea to run through this once you have configured the control.

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This control exposes a variety of properties that you can use to define the look of the keys and the key layout within the control itself. This includes:

Key Area (fill or transparency)
Key Visual (override or take from the KeyArea)
Key Order
Key Sequence
Key Size (width and height)
Key Layout (default to one of two layouts)
Key Palette (default to one of two palettes)
There are also classes provided to create KeyboardViews based on your keyboard layouts.
This project has been split up into several themes to make dealing with these styles a little easier. You can find them in the project in a default, black-and-white theme for XAML use and a black-and-white, high-contrast theme for code.
XAML Theme:

Black-and-white for XAML developers and designers.


High contrast using a custom brush

Code Theme:

Black-and-white for C# developers and designers.

The XAML side of the styles.

Black-and-white, high contrast style for C# developers and designers.
The default style is used for XAML styles where you apply a style to any FrameworkElement or derive from FrameworkElement and define properties on the new control/element.

The XAML side of the styles.

Black-and-white, high contrast style for C# developers and designers.
The default style is used for XAML styles where you apply a style to any FrameworkElement or derive from FrameworkElement and define properties on the new control/element.
The XAML side of the styles.

Black-and-white, high contrast style for C# developers and designers.
The default style is used for XAML styles where you apply a style to any FrameworkElement or derive from FrameworkElement and define properties on the new control/element.
The XAML side of the styles.



System Requirements For WPF Touch Screen Keyboard:

To use this mod, you must have TrueOS installed. The last official stable release of TrueOS is 13.0, but 13.1 is available.
14.0, 15.0, 15.1, and 15.2 are available for testing.
The game currently does not support TrueOS 16.0. The latest stable release of TrueOS is 17.0.
You must have TrueOS installed to use this mod. If you’re on a computer without TrueOS or you have a computer that doesn’t play nice with


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