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System Settings > Universal Access > Typing > On-screen keyboard More advanced settings like hiding it when not in use and layout are available when you click on "On-screen keyboard settings..."


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elementary OS is focused on the PC and tablets are not officialy supported, but it is possible to install elementary OS on them http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EuzuoFt15YM


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Loki has compatibility with touchscreen, at least in my case (Asus X550C). Just like you, I have Windows 10 installed along with Elementary. When I was in Freya, touchscreen was not supported and didn't work properly, but recently since I upgraded to Loki it works like a charm, just like in Windows. So yes, install Loki and you will be able to use the ...


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My computer is a Dell Inspiron 5578 2in1, with Windows 10 and Loki, and it works ok as a tablet. I don't have auto rotation, but solved it with ScreenRotator. OnBoard works lovely, as an on-screen keyboard, too.


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Not necessarily. I have tried Loki with two different 2in1 laptops. On one, a Dell 3000 series, the touchscreen works, but rotation is buggy. It always rotates into the wrong orientation, so it is totally unusable. I also have an Asus Vivobook, and on that one, the rotation doesn't work at all, but at least it will orient to the normal, laptop direction. ...


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Elementary OS DOES support touch. I have Dell XPS 15 with a touch screen and am running Loki without any special touch modifications. It all works as you would expect (including being annoying when someone touches your screen). I can click, drag, move and do so in combination with modifier keys. I'll be clicking on the "Post Your Answer" by touching the ...


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I just tested elementary OS Loki and these problems where gone. So tablet users should install Loki.


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This is a known bug, which will be fixed in the next release of elementary OS: https://bugs.launchpad.net/wingpanel/+bug/1432512


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