I've installed a 32-bit desktop application onto Windows 10 Pro x64 for the first time. Previously it has been used succesfully on Windows 7.
It is a PC with an external touchscreen monitor used in a Kiosk mode so that the only thing available to the user is the program itself. With out a physical keyboard or closing the program they cannot see the task bar or the system tray.
Under Settings/Devices/Typing I have selected the "Show the touch keyboard or handwriting panel when not in tablet mode and there's no keyboard attached."
The application only has a couple of places that allow the user to type. The keyboard appears nicely at the Windows login and for screens that use a TextBox. But there are a couple of places that use a generic InputBox dialog and the keyboard does not appear.
I've tried the "Add the standard keyboard layout as a touch keyboard option" which didn't seem to have an effect.
Setting OSK to autostart, which is what I used to do in Windows 7, is awkward at best because you can't minimize it without losing it to the hidden system tray and it is oversized compared to the other keyboard.
Is there another setting I need to examine to make it work?
Update: The reason the TextBox opens the keyboard is that it is assigned a password character. A normal TextBox does not bring the the keyboard forward either.