Controlling the input language
If you have several languages or keyboard layouts on your computer, you know what it’s like when some text turns out to be typed using the wrong keyboard layout.
The following information will help you control the current language and avoid retyping:
|1.||If you start typing and notice that you have not switched to the necessary language, press Win+Shift (this key combination is used by default) to change the language or layout for the typed text. If you work with several languages, you may have to use the above keyboard shortcut several times in a row. The layout is switched up to the beginning of the line or up to the character you started typing the last time from.|
|2.||If it has been a while since you typed the text in the wrong layout, you can select the text and convert it to another layout by pressing Win+Ctrl (this key combination is used by default). You can also switch the selected text to the upper or lower case by using the Win+> or Win+< keyboard shortcut, respectively.|
|3.||Configure the Language flag to be displayed next to the text cursor. To do it, check the Show the language flag next to the text cursor checkbox in the Language Switcher section of the All Settings dialog box.|
|4.||Set the Language flag to be displayed in the system tray. To do it, check the Show the language flag instead of the Comfort Keys Pro icon in the system tray checkbox in the Language Switcher section of the All Settings dialog box.|
|5.||Language switching in Windows may be slow or unstable on some computers. To avoid this problem, use the language switch shortcut key (by default, Right Ctrl).|