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Bug Report: Adding new onscreen keyboard



We started using SiteKiosk for windows (using windows 10). I found onscreen keyboard layouts in installation folder and want use one of them (lightweight_special_docked in \SiteKiosk\Skins\Provisio\lightweight_black). I modified keyboard's xml file for our purposes (deleted all unused characters like "#!% etc. because we need only letters and numbers on keyboard), but I can't find a way how to add this new keyboard layout to SiteKiosk Config Editor for choosing to use it in SiteKiosk.
How I can add new keyboard skin into Config Editor and use it in SiteKiosk?


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Antwort: (2)

Re: Adding new onscreen keyboard 13.03.2019 11:34
*Ticket type should be support request, not bug report, forgot to change it..
Re: Adding new onscreen keyboard 13.03.2019 11:34

If you modified an existing keyboard it is usually already added to the SiteKiosk configuration tool >On-Screen Keyboard. The name is given in the corresponding keyboard xml file.
But in this case it is not displayed in SiteKiosk 9.7 because it is an older Keyboard.
What you can do is to change the name in the file “lightweight_black.xml” at “SiteKiosk\Skins\Provisio\lightweight_black”.
E.g. to Custom Black

<keydef name="Custom Black">

If creating a new keyboard you also need to create a corresponding SKSKIN file.

Further information here:

Please understand that our free support cannot offer any assistance with creating your own code or customizing the skin files (apart from the detailed SiteKiosk and SiteKiosk Object Model documentation).

- General Information about customizing SiteKiosk: http://www.provisio.com/web/us/features/siteskin
- SiteKiosk help: http://www.provisio.com/helpconsole/SiteKiosk%20Help/en-US/default.htm?customization_%28site_skin%29.htm
- SiteKiosk Object model help for IE based skins: http://www.provisio.com/helpconsole/SiteKiosk%20Object%20Model%20Help/en-US/default.htm?index.htm
- The SiteKiosk Object model help for Chrome Browser Skin can be requested via e-mail at support-europe(at)provisio.com

Further hints and suggestions can be found in our developer blog at http://devblog.provisio.com/

If you need further assistance in creating individual coding solutions you can contact us via e-mail that we may find a solution against payment for your needs.
In case you are interested in a solution against payment please write a detailed description to support-europe(at)provisio.com that we can check the technical feasibility and the amount of work to make a quotation.
The adjustment fees are depending on the complexity of the changes and in general it costs 120 Euro per hour.

Michael Olbrich