New users of Linux Mint 14 (Nadia) with the Cinnamon desktop environment may find it difficult to enable the on-screen keyboard (virtual keyboard). In this tutorial, we will show you how to easily enable it using simple instructions supported by screenshots.


Getting Started

In the taskbar, click the caret icon and open Settings >> Applets:


Another window will appear, check on "Accessibility":


Close the Applets window. In the taskbar, you will notice that an icon for Accessibility is displayed, click it and enable "Screen Keyboard":


That's it!
 
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