|Disable Keyboard Features - Improve Form Content: No Numbers, No Upper Case, No Lower Case, No Alphabet, No Backspace, No Spacebar, No Delete, and No Enter Key.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:13|
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista|
|Author||The Oven Fresh Software Team||
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Disable Eight Keyboard Features: No Numbers, No Upper Case, No Lower Case, No Alphabet, No Backspace, No Spacebar, No Delete, and No Enter Key. The more keyboard options you disable, the more control is brought to your HTML form content. Press a button and the code is generated for you. For example, when someone tries to type numbers into your form when it calls for letters only, nothing will be entered.
only lower case, no lower case, only uppercase, only numbers, no numbers, no alphabet, no upper case, no enter key, no backspace, only upper case, only lowercase, no enter, only alphabet, no delete, no lowercase, no spacebar, no uppercase, no delete key
Win2000,WinXP,WinVista - 64MB ram - 2MB Hard Space
New Feature: No Backspace and No Spacebar
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