When the onscreen keyboard becomes transparent or only displays the borders, you cannot access it. Also, you cannot remove it from the view completely. To fix this, you can try the following: Check the Fade button which you see in the bottom right corner. If it is enabled, it lets the onscreen keyboard fade in the background. Tap the button, and the keyboard should be visible again. Run the Windows Touch Keyboard Troubleshooter from Microsoft and see if it helps you. You can try restarting...

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