Disabled language for iPad provides the ability to use keyboard shortcuts in certain circumstances.
You can access the keyboard shortcut with a key combination of ‘A’, ‘E’, ‘L’, ‘K’ or ‘R’ to activate the keyboard.
The accessibility community has been very helpful in creating this feature, with over 150 community members contributing to the project.
The disabled language shortcut allows you to access a number of functions in the iPad app.
When you press a key, it takes you to the relevant menu, which will then open the app’s options to allow you to adjust the accessibility settings.
If you’re using an iOS device with an accessibility feature enabled, you’ll see the disabled language setting when the app is launched.
Accessibility features can be enabled in settings by accessing the Accessibility section of the App Store.
You can set the disabled mode to ‘always’ to disable the accessibility features and ‘never’ to enable them.
Once enabled, the disabled languages feature can be disabled or enabled in the settings, by accessing a key in the menu.
Keyboard shortcuts can also be set to use the accessibility feature in certain situations.
For example, if you’re typing an app URL into the keyboard, you can access a list of URLs to use as keyboard shortcuts.
It’s important to note that these keyboard shortcuts are set to a default setting, which can vary between different iOS devices.
On the flipside, if the disabled settings are set up correctly, these keyboard shortcut will only be available in certain scenarios, so you can use them to access certain apps or content on your device.
You can find out more about accessibility in the Apple Help article and the Accessible apps page on the App store.
Find out more on Apple’s website.