Summary: mir-kiosk application on Classic, multiple screens with on-screen keyboard.
I have been given the task to create a kiosk on Ubuntu Classic for an in-house built application. Instead of using gnome-shell single application mode, I would be really interested in using snap-mir instead.
Before I make the deep dive, I would like to know if it is possible to run an on-screen keyboard via a second snap such as ubuntu-keyboard or if a on-screen keyboard is already running, how to activate it.
The application has two monitors one will be a touch screen and therefore it will need a on-screen keyboard. Playing with some examples on a VM, I was not able to run the ubuntu-keyboard snap (maliit server already running). Installing other on-screen keyboards lead to installing the X server and disabling my mir-kiosk.
Can anybody tell me if mir-kiosk is currently capable of what I would like to accomplish.
Kind regards Hans.