1. sorgo's Avatar
    I found out that you don't need to hold the alt key for numeric input fields. It works in apps (such as a textfield for a PIN) and even online.
    Try it for yourself: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/...t/input/number
    FF22 likes this.
    05-01-18 11:48 PM
  2. Fred Wu's Avatar
    I found out that you don't need to hold the alt key for numeric input fields. It works in apps (such as a textfield for a PIN) and even online.
    Try it for yourself: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/...t/input/number
    It depends on the apps design. If input field is designed as numeric input, like money, pin, calculations, credit card number and etc., then you can input numbers without holding the alt.
    05-01-18 11:54 PM
  3. Smokeaire's Avatar
    You don't need to "hold" the alt key to input a string of numbers. Just long press it for about a second and it remains in alt mode until you press it a second time.
    05-02-18 05:14 AM
  4. sorgo's Avatar
    Or double press.
    I just shared this because i was holding alt to enter an 8 digit pin in my mobile banking app for almost a year until now.
    Marcin Dabrowsky and 19651965 like this.
    05-02-18 07:31 AM

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