How to use on-screen virtual keyboard on Linux

On-screen virtual keyboard is an alternative input method that can replace a real hardware keyboard. Virtual keyboard may be a necessity in various cases. For example, your hardware keyboard is just broken; you do not have enough keyboards for extra machines; your hardware does not have an available port left to connect a keyboard; you […]
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How to simulate key press and mouse movement in Linux

Have you ever dreamed of your computer doing stuff automatically for you? Probably not if you just watched Terminator. But except for that, scripting and task automation are every power user’s dreams. If a lot of solutions exist today to fit such goal, it is sometimes hard to pick the simple, smart, and efficient one […]
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How to take a screenshot while desktop menu is open on Ubuntu

On Ubuntu Desktop, you can take a screenshot simply by pressing “Print Screen” key. By default, the key is set to trigger gnome-screenshot program to capture current desktop screen. However, if you attempt to take a screenshot while any Unity menu or X11 application’s built-in menu is open, you will notice that “Print Screen” key […]
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How to enable Korean language input keyboard on Ubuntu

If you would like to use foreign language input on Ubuntu, there are two ways to enable foreign language input. One method is using Smart Common Input Method platform (SCIM), and the other one is to use Intelligent Input Bus (iBus). SCIM is the original input method used to support dozens of different foreign languages […]
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