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  1. VDubb22's Avatar
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    I am hoping I might find the answer on here. When in a password field, what does the square icon toggle that appears in the lower right of the touch keyboard (replacing the arrow keys) do?
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    Are we talking about the touch keyboard as in the accessory or the on screen keyboard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VDubb22 View Post
    I am hoping I might find the answer on here. When in a password field, what does the square icon toggle that appears in the lower right of the touch keyboard (replacing the arrow keys) do?
    I'll have to check with mine in a bit but I believe you mean one of them that either makes the keyboard smaller, or undocks it from the bottom.
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    It actually turns off the highlight on the keys. So when you normally press a key you'll see it turn white as you press it, and flipping that switch turns that off. In landscape, you'll explicitly see that it says hide keypress.
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    Thats pretty slick, but should turn off when clicking in a PW field, and that button could turn it back on. Just makes more sense.

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