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This is Clear key. From Wikipedia: A Clear key, instead of a Num Lock key, on models with full numeric keypads, as these are dedicated to numeric input and not generally used for cursor control. In Unicode, the Clear key is represented by U+2327 ⌧ x in a rectangle box, defined as "clear key" Here are some Stack answers about the usage: Any *real* ...


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It's a clear key. In apps which support it, it clears the contents of the selected entry box. For example, in spreadsheet apps, it will clear the contents of the current cell.


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Speaking only from my experience with iOS 7, the device saves any words you enter but don't autocorrect into your "Keyboard dictionary". The logic is that if you didn't want to correct it, it is a word that you have used and may use again. I did a basic test. I typed "Swisslapse" into Messages but did not send. After a while I typed "Swiss" and it came ...


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Settings--->keyboard-----> You'll see ENGLISH and EMOJI. On the top right corner is the word EDIT. Press EDIT, and then swipe delete to remove the EMOJI keyboard.


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Settings>General>Keyboard>Keyboards sets the keyboards you wish to use. The top keyboard in the list is the Default. "Edit" will allow you to edit or remove keyboards. However, there are instances where your default keyboard will NOT be used, no matter the settings. Examples include when security settings, passwords etc are required, the standard Apple ...


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If you read the Apple patents there is a explanation how it works. US patents Patent No. 8,232,973 for a "Method, device, and graphical user interface providing word recommendations for text input" and Apple’s U.S Patent No. 8,074,172 for a "method, system, and graphical user interface for providing word recommendations" or predictive text. ...


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The following method is produced on OS X 10.9. The emoji definition file is at /usr/share/mecabra/zh/common/emoji.plist. You just replace it with an empty plist file (back it up first). The input method will not start again if you simply remove or rename the file. I use the following Python code: from plistlib import dump dump({}, open('emoji.plist', ...


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Try the DoubleCommand (free, sourceforge) project. According to the features page, you can map the fn key, though it's only listed as partial support. I don't have any personal experience to share...


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You can only disable it in the General -> Keyboard section. To delete it, you have to delete the application that provides it.



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