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Several default input modes are available for a Smartphone:
  • "abc" and "ABC" modes: to enter lowercase and uppercase characters.
    For example, in this mode, "5" must be pressed twice to write the letter "k".
  • the "123" mode: to enter digits.
  • the "T9" mode (intuitive writing developed by AOL): this mode allows you not to press the same key several times. Indeed, the corresponding words are proposed depending on the key combination used.
    For example, press "2665687" to automatically write "hello".
    To choose the different words corresponding to the same sequence of keys, press "0" to display the available suggestions.
    For example, "26663" can be used to write "as" and "good".
To toggle the different input modes, press the "*" key (long pressures). Short pressures are used to toggle the uppercase/lowercase characters.
The input mode currently used is displayed in the top right corner of Smartphone:
  • for the "abc" mode.
  • for the "ABC" mode.
  • for the "123" mode.
  • for the "T9" mode.
The input mode can be known and modified by ..InputMode.
Minimum required version
  • Version 10
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