Developers can lock all settings to prevent the end user from change them.
|1.||Open the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ComfortSoftware\CKeyboard registry key, add a DWORD parameter named AccessDenied, and set its value to 1.|
|2.||Restart the application.|
Note: You can easily set the value of the AccessDenied parameter by using the following files from the application installation folder: AccessAllowed.reg and AccessDenied.reg
Note: If you want to be able to close, move, and zoom the on-screen keyboard, set the value of the AccessDenied parameter to 2.