|I'm not sure who to ask for help, so if this is the wrong place please tell me where to go. I'm having a problem with my On-Screen Keyboard, the one that already comes with every copy of Windows XP. For the past year the overall size of the Keyboard has been decreasing. About last year is when it first happened. The OSK decreased in size by 20%, I didn't know how it happened and everything was still readable so I just went with it. But then last week its size decreased by another 50%, which made the keys of the OSK look like tiny rectangles instead of squares. It almost made them unreadable. And then yesterday it happened again, but this time it's 90% gone. The keys are now completely gone and the only thing remaining is the Titlebar. I don't know how this is happening, because there is no way to manually resize the OSK - so the decreasing size shouldn't even be possible. |
As far as I know, I haven't done anything to cause this. In the past 2 weeks, I've been doing almost nothing with my computer. I haven't downloaded anything and I haven't been messing with ANY computer settings. There is one thing I noticed during this last "size decrease". Yesterday morning I was on my computer just writing a letter with my OSK (remember at this stage the keys were still those tiny rectangles), then when I was finished I turned on my screensaver and then left the house. When I came home I went to my computer, moved the mouse, which ended the screensaver, that's when I noticed that the OSK had completely shrunk. So, I don't know if somehow the screensaver made the OSK shrink or if it was something else. But I do know this last time it shrunk when nobody was home.