Angrily hitting caps-lock doesn’t tab through form fields any faster than gently hitting caps-lock.
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Or should that be “duck”, what if it’s an orange duck? What does an orange say when it’s flying upside-down?
Anyhoo, is there any real way, readily comprehensible to your average (non-programming) punter, of disabling the verdammte caps-lock button. It’s my least favourite button of all time, I only ever use it by accident – which happens quite a lot. For instance, whenever I want to type a word which contains the letter A. Or, should I become so emboldened as to attempt to use the tab button.
I’m dimly aware of a “campaign” against caps-lock, but I don’t know if anyone’s taking this scourge seriously enough.
That’s just the point, surely no literate person ever uses it, except for “SHOUTING” on juvenile message services.
It often trips me up when typing a password. It is impossible to distinguish between an upper-case and a lower-case asterisk.
I suppose we could just advise people not to choose passwords that contain the letter A. Not that any of mine do.