I have one question:
How can I select what soft-keyboard an edittext will load?
Asked by: Grace848 | Posted: 25-01-2022
The user chooses the input method editor (IME). You can configure the IME somewhat via
android:inputType attributes in your layout XML.
The InputType of the editText determines which keyboard is shown. See Input TypeAnswered by: Jared538 | Posted: 26-02-2022
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