With the launch of your iPad Pro a new keyboard, Smart Keyboard Folio, the Select tool text built-in iPad know the look of the users. However, there is one small feature not noticed by most users, which is working to improve the process of identifying the text more effectively like a trackpad on laptops.
View Steve Troughton-Smith this feature on his own account in Twitter, which enable you to use two fingers to move between text on your iPad while using Smart Keyboard. Basically, you only have to click with two fingers inside the text block, then scroll through the document using two fingers.
In addition, you can double-click with two fingers to achieve the following paragraph, then click the triangular to improve the current paragraph.
I can tell from a bunch of iPad reviews that a lot of people don’t know this, so here’s a pro tip: use two fingers to select text and move the insertion cursor around when editing text. It’s almost as good as a physical trackpad @lisagade pic.twitter.com/7TbEoQ894F
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) November 10, 2018
For example in the application of the Ulysses, this feature is especially useful because it allows you to move exactly to the point in your text when you want to make revisions or add new content, and more. It is important to note that the usefulness of this feature depends heavily on the application you are using. For example, if the application does not use APIs, the texts of the iOS built-in, you won’t be able to use this feature.
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