Back in the days of the April release for SHR-Testing, the keyboard wouldn't auto-display, and I thought that was somewhat inconvenient, so I was happy when I upgraded to SHR-U and saw that the keyboard would auto-display when I clicked in text fields.
However, I've found that the behavior is more annoying than having to pull up the keyboard when I want it. There are many times that a program will automatically put the cursor into a text field, and I don't want to do anything with that text field, so I have to manually close the keyboard. Then I click somewhere else on the screen, and it happens to go into a text area again... the keyboard auto-displays, and I have to manually close it again. Is there a configuration that I can tell it to only display and hide manually? I want it to stay invisible until I want it, and I want it to stay visible until I'm done... indicated by hitting the button to activate / deactivate. I don't want it to try to interpret when it thinks I want it and when I don't. I've searched the mailing list using Nabble, and the only thing I found was from when the matchbox keyboard was a separate application, and there was a separate configuration (/etc/matchbox/session). Unfortunately that path doesn't exist in the December release. Thanks for any info. -Laura -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/SHR-U-Stop-keyboard-auto-display-tp4256334p4256334.html Sent from the Openmoko Community mailing list archive at Nabble.com. _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community