|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
||iPhoneX||Microsoft||Windows||4 months ago||
||iPhoneX||Mobile||1 year ago||
This may not be the right place to ask, but I am using a Windows PC at work at the moment, and this is resulting in a slight loss of productivity.
When Caps lock is engaged, pressing Shift in Windows results in an inverse toggle. When I press Shift through muscle memory, it can result in some of my output to look sOMETHING lIKE tHIS.
On the Mac, when Caps is engaged, pressing shift does nothing.
I have found ways to disable Caps lock on Windows, even on an app by app basis, but I don't want to do this. I just want it to ignore the Shift modifier when it caps lock is engaged, like the Mac. I haven't found a way. Any ideas?
Just read their support forums here...
It gets saltier towards the end, so feel free to hit the button for the last page.