Key pad toggle key hinders or that allows all of the characters from being entered uppercase. Once the caps-lock key is allowed, the keyboard kinds “LIKE THIS” so when it’s handicapped, the keyboard kinds “like this.”
The image displays a typical example of the keyboard LED is that show if keyboard toggle keys handicapped or are allowed.
Within this Example, the num lock key happens to be the only real allowed key, suggested from the orange LED. The caps-lock signal may illuminate while caps-lock is allowed.
Typical Caps Lock behaviour is that pressing the key sets an input mode in which all typed letters are uppercase by default (i.e. in All caps). The keyboard remains in Caps Lock mode until the key is pressed again.
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