Accessbility: Brisk Menu assumes top input layer, hiding Onboard virtual input

Bug #1793990 reported by Clessley on 2018-09-23
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brisk-menu (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

When using a device without a keyboard such as a tablet on direct touchscreen, the Brisk Menu along with its top search field assumes/overrides the top most input layer position making it impossible to use the Accessiblity virtual keyboard Onboard to search for specific apps and programs.

Clessley (clessley) on 2018-09-23
summary: - Accesbility: Brisk Menu assumes top input layer, hiding Onboard virutal
+ Accesbility: Brisk Menu assumes top input layer, hiding Onboard virtual
input
no longer affects: ubuntu-mate
Clessley (clessley) on 2019-06-21
summary: - Accesbility: Brisk Menu assumes top input layer, hiding Onboard virtual
+ Accessbility: Brisk Menu assumes top input layer, hiding Onboard virtual
input
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