Hi Derek,

On 08/11/2021 16:14, Derek via Ql-Users wrote:

I used repair Windows software problems, so I can maybe help.
So did I back in the heady days of W95 and NT4 ;o)
Can the service not be disabled, or msybe removed.
I dont particularly want it removed. I need to see whats going on or Id have to test the keyboard every time before, say, typing a password.
I have a Windows 10 Pro PC, which I could upgrade to see if Ican solve your 

I wouldnt wish that on you ;o) But thanks for the offer. I see plenty of other people are complaining, so perhaps it may get fixed without extortion.

I guess its going to get harder and harder to workaround the encroachment of the worst kinds of futures.. I dont see QLing on an iPhone as a viable option..



On 8 November 2021 13:39:36 GMT, pjwitte via Ql-Users<ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> 
On 08/11/2021 14:11, Marcel Kilgus via Ql-Users wrote:
pjwitte via Ql-Users wrote:
I don't have Windows 11 and I find very little on the subject online.
I have no idea how I could hide the blob, but as far as I can see the
feature can be disabled, can it not?

Sure you can turn it off, but then 50% of the time I'll be typing
half sentences and passwords in the wrong character set! (Not for
nothing do people go retro-fitting caps lock LEDs to their QLs.. But this is 
As far as I understood the posting was that the behaviour can be
reverted to the "old" one and not the floating thingie.


Thanks, Marcel. I arrived there by a different route, but no, it
doesnt work for me.

Im now looking for the small print, where it no doubt says something
along the lines of "This feature is brought to you sponsored by the
WannaCry software team.."  :oD

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