An on-screen keyboard is showing up every time I touch a text field when I use an external monitor with touchscreen. I don't want/need this feature since I have a physical keyboard.
Here's a picture of the virtual keyboard:
I read a lot about this issue, but didn't find any solution. I tried the gnome-extension "Block Caribou" but it's not working. Also, the extension was only tested on gnome 3.26 according to gnome-extensions website, so not sure if it's working properly on my system.
Also, the on-screen keyboard is disabled in the accessibility settings (on the desktop and on the log-in screen). I think this keyboard must be located somewhere in my system and it should be possible to disable it if I would know where to look at.
System: Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS with Gnome 3.36.8
Any help or ideas are very welcome.
I'll summarize here the comments below.
florence are not installed in my system as shown by the
dpkg -L command. I did not install any virtual keyboard manually (for example as gnome-extension). Only for this purpose and as a workaround I tried installing
caribou and enabling again the BlockCaribou extension in the hope that it would block the new installed keyboard. It didn't work. I removed completely caribou. Any other ideas?