Hi Ramesh,you can adjust this in ExtendedVirtualKeyboard::KeyboardTemplate.postInit as default or you can add a new interface property to set it from external.With kind regards,Rudolf
what you can do to always show the upper character layout after the keyboard was opened is to extend the Open slot at the ExtendedVirtualKeyboard::KeyboardAnimated the following way:
// Ignore if already open
if ( (keyboard != null) && (keyboard.Bounds.origin.y != 0) )
moveEffect.Value1 = keyboard.Bounds.origin.y;
moveEffect.Value2 = 0;
// Ensure that the upper case characters are opened after opening the keyboard
keyboard.keyboardLayout = ExtendedVirtualKeyboard::CharacterLayout.ShiftOn;
keyboard.CapsLockLeft.State = ExtendedVirtualKeyboard::CapsLockState.On;
keyboard.CapsLockRight.State = ExtendedVirtualKeyboard::CapsLockState.On;
// Notify that the keyboard will be opened
Hope this works for you.
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