I'm trying to send keyboard keys from my WPF Application like the windows onscreen keyboard. It's a highly customizable interface, which I need for touch screen application, however the sendkeys.send() does not seem to work. That and I can not seem to make
my WPF form or application stay unactivated as to send the keys from my application to the currently active form or input field. I'm using vb.net (I will convert c# code) and I'm trying to get to mock the windows onscreen keyboard as a independent application
to be available to any other application, such as a browser or onscreen system.
I've tried many methods and I'm at the end of my rope, if someone could help me that be great. I've done this with using a normal Windows Form but I want to upgrade its performance, memory imprint, and customization that a WPF Application gives you.
Thank you for your future help.
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