Champak

Win10 Touch Keyboard automatically

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Does someone know how to access to the Touch Keyboard automatically? I can get to the old OSK if I compile a script in 64bit and do a shellexecute. But nothing I do will get me the Touch Keyboard.

1/ I can't run/click/execute it in the system folder.

2/ I can't access it through systray_UDF, it's not listed.

3/ It's not listed under WinList() to gain access.

4/ I can't figure out _GUICtrlToolbar to get access.

 

What's really odd is even though the volume icon is listed right beside the keyboard icon, the volume info is returned but not the keyboard with the following script.

#NoTrayIcon
#include <_SysTray.au3>
#include <Process.au3>

$count = _SysTrayIconCount()
ConsoleWrite("Count visible tray:  " & $count & @CRLF)
For $i = $count - 1 To 0 Step -1
    $handle = _SysTrayIconHandle($i)
    $visible = _SysTrayIconVisible($i)
    $pid = WinGetProcess($handle)
    $name = _ProcessGetName($pid)
    $title = WinGetTitle($handle)
    $tooltip = _SysTrayIconTooltip($i)
    ConsoleWrite("index:  " & $i & @TAB & "visible:  " & $visible & @TAB & "handle:  " & $handle & @TAB & "pid:  " & _
                    $pid & @TAB & "proc:  " & $name & @TAB & @TAB & "title:  " & $title & @TAB & @TAB & "tooltip:  " & $tooltip & @CRLF)
    If $pid = -1 Then _SysTrayIconRemove($i)
Next

If _FindTrayToolbarWindow(2) <> -1 Then
    ConsoleWrite("-====================-" & @CRLF)
    $countwin7 = _SysTrayIconCount(2)
    ConsoleWrite("Count overflow area:  " & $countwin7 & @CRLF)
    For $i = $countwin7 - 1 To 0 Step -1
        $handle = _SysTrayIconHandle($i, 2)
        $visible = _SysTrayIconVisible($i, 2)
        $pid = WinGetProcess($handle)
        $name = _ProcessGetName($pid)
        $title = WinGetTitle($handle)
        $tooltip = _SysTrayIconTooltip($i, 2)
        ConsoleWrite("index:  " & $i & @TAB & "visible:  " & $visible & @TAB & "handle:  " & $handle & @TAB & "pid:  " & _
                        $pid & @TAB & "proc:  " & $name & @TAB & @TAB & "title:  " & $title & @TAB & @TAB & "tooltip:  " & $tooltip & @CRLF)
        If $pid = -1 Then _SysTrayIconRemove($i, 2)
    Next
EndIf

 

Any help please.

EDIT:

Are there multiple trays, because now that I think of it, why isn't the date/time or the notification icon showing up with the volume?

Edited by Champak

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The Windows 10 keyboard is called TabTip.exe so you can just use Run to get to it.


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Thank you very much. I have to figure out one more thing with this keyboard. I'll see if I can do that on my own, if not....I'll be back.

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