One problem using bluetooth keyboard
Editorial's onscreen keyboard has an extra row of "keys" at the top. It's very handy.
When you activate a bluetooth keyboard, the regular onscreen keyboard disappears, but the extra row remains.
The problem: as you type, the cursor goes down line by line toward the bottom of the editing panel. But the last line of the editing panel is hidden underneath that extra onscreen keyboard row. You can't see what you type.
You can keep typing to the end of that bottom line, but the editing panel only moves up one line, so you still can't see what you're typing.
The only thing to do is to press Enter several times to put a lot of blank lines at the bottom; but (if you're just typing text) you just use those up, then you're back at the hidden bottom line again.
Any fixes for this?
Is there now a way to hide this row in Editorial 1.2? That row quickly becomes extra annoying.
Yes, you can turn it off in the quick settings panel ("Aa" button, under "Editor Settings").
Found it. Thanks a lot, Ole. I always set options through the "full" settings.