Starting from SwiftBraille version (1.1), the user can use the Braille indicators feature to move among keyboards types, as long as the Braille indicator doesn’t conflict with any of Braille codes of the current keyboard type. Once you moved to the new keyboard type and finished type the first letter/number/symbol, you’ll get back again to the previous keyboard type.
– If you’re in the English small letters keyboard, you can type Braille dot number (6) to move to English capital letters keyboard.
– If you’re in the Spanish or French small letters keyboard, you can type Braille dot numbers (4, 6) which they are supported in version 2.0 of SwiftBraille app to move to capital letters keyboard.
– Indicator of: (3, 4, 5, 6) will move the user numbers keyboard.
– Indicator of: (5, 6) will move the user to special symbols keyboard.
By typing the same indicator code again, you can get back to the previous keyboard type, as long as the typed Braille code doesn’t conflict with any of Braille codes in the moved keyboard type.