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Is there any way you can have the caps lock on constantly without the need to keep pressing shift after every letter

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Is there any way you can have the caps lock on constantly without the need to keep pressing shift after every letter


double tap the shift key acts as a shift lock.

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double tap the shift key acts as a shift lock.



Fab Thankyou very much

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Don't you have a CAP lock button above the shift button?

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Don't you have a CAP lock button above the shift button?



This depends on whether you use the "small" or "large" keyboard. With the "large keys" version (the best for this device as the screen is smaller) you don't get a CAP key.

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Ahh... yes, of course.

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