How to set a suffix for SerialMagic Keys for iOS

This article demonstrates how to change the suffix character that SerialMagic Keys append to each scan. 1. Launch the SerialMagic Keys application.  2. Scroll down to “Keyboard Settings.” 3. Tap on “Append to scan.” SerialMagic Keys provides you with five common suffix characters; Return, Tab, Space, Comma, and “None.” (Yes, we know “None” isn’t a character in the traditional sense.) 4. Select the character you want to use as the suffix. You’ll see that character to the right of “Append to scan.” 5. To disable the suffix, select “None.

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How to Upload a Log for SerialMagic Keys for iOS

This support article demonstrates how to quickly switch between the SerialMagic Keys keyboard and the default iOS keyboard. Switch from SerialMagic Keys to the iOS Keyboard To switch from the SerialMagic Keys keyboard to the built-in iOS keyboard, follow the instructions below. 1. Pull up the keyboard by placing the cursor focus in any text-input field. 2. Tap on the globe icon that is located at the bottom left-hand corner of the keyboard. You can reveal more options by holding your finger on the globe for slightly longer than a

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How to toggle SerialMagic Keys sounds

This article demonstrates how to toggle SerialMagic Keys’ “Keys Sound” on iOS. The Keys Sound option toggles the auditory key-press feedback. 1. Launch the SerialMagic Keys application. 2. Scroll down to the “Keyboard Settings” section. 3. Tap on the slider to the far-right of “Keys Sounds.” The slider will turn green to indicate that the Keys Sound is enabled. To disable the sound, simply tap on the slider again (it will turn grey to indicate that it is disabled).

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