Mark Williams published this great tutorial on how to use and set up a virtual keyboard for your PiTFT:
Matchbox-keyboard is an on screen ‘virtual’ or ‘software’ keyboard which works well for small touchscreen TFTs connected to a Raspberry Pi.
Matchbox-keyboard also uses XML files to specify the layout of the keys, which makes it highly customizable.
The touchscreen used in the above video is a PiScreenhttps://www.tindie.com/products/ozzmaker/piscreen-35-tft-with-touch-for-the-raspberry-pi/
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