The problem of the auto click function is that it will just suddenly appear. Try though you might to attack this issue from the control panels, this has no solution that can be fixed from there. The problem is an obscure function of the On-Screen Keyboard
You Must Remove “Use Hovering Mode”
On–Screen Keyboard is an accessibility utility that displays a virtual keyboard on the computer screen, allowing people with mobility impairments to type data using a pointing device or joystick.
In hovering mode, you use a mouse or joystick to point to a key for a predefined period of time, and the selected character is typed automatically. This procedure tells you how to select hovering mode for On–Screen Keyboard. However, if activated for any reason, it will begin automatically clicking when you hover your mouse in one place for too long. If you have reached the point of being nearly apoplectic with rage, use this table below to solve this issue. It worked for me, and it can work for you.
|Mouse actions||Keyboard actions|
|1||On the Start menu:
Note: A message box with a link to more information about the On–Screen Keyboard may appear. To close the box, select OK.
|Display the Start menu by pressing CTRL+ESC (or the Windows logo key ).
Note: A message box with a link to more information about accessibility utilities may appear. To close the box, press ALT+TAB to select the message box, and then press ENTER. Then, press ALT+TAB to select the document in which you want to begin working.
|2||In the On–Screen Keyboard window:
||In the On–Screen Keyboard window:
|3||In the Typing Mode dialog box:
||In the Typing Mode dialog box:
|4||To adjust the minimum hover time:
||To adjust the minimum hover time:
|5||After selecting On–Screen Keyboard options, to return to the document you want to type characters in:
Note: To exit On–Screen Keyboard, select the Close button.
|After selecting On–Screen Keyboard options, to return to the document you want to type characters in:
Note: To exit On–Screen Keyboard (be sure it is selected by pressing ALT+TAB), and then press ALT+F, X.
On–Screen Keyboard: Settings: Typing Mode: Hover to select