I'm trying to figure out if there's a way to hold multiple keys down using onscreen keyboard. I turned on sticky keys but the bars won''t highlight.
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I use my sticky keys all the time. Windows 10 in Control Panel under Ease of Access there's a keyboard section to turn everything on this allows me to hit the Ctrl+V to copy and so on, the sticky key drops when you hit the second key in the command. If you hit Shift twice you then scroll/hi-lite with your arrow keys then hit the Shift key once to drop the sticky key function then you can hit Ctrl+V and copy the hi-lited area.