Virtual Keyboard Row Start
Starts a virtual keyboard row section, which is used to define a row of
virtual keyboard buttons on the
screen. This section will override a section defined in a directory closer
to the root if the two sections contain the same Location and
If an empty section is specified (a Virtual Keyboard Row Start followed by a
Virtual Keyboard Row End with no intervening
Virtual Keyboard Buttons), no virtual keyboard
buttons will be displayed for that row.
Can be either
Bottom. Specifies where this
row of buttons will appear on the screen.
Used to define the order in which multiple rows of buttons appear. A row of
buttons with a low order will appear before a row of buttons with a
higher order. While button rows at different locations can share the same
order, two button rows cannot have the same location and the same order.
Default if no entry found
If no button row is specified, button rows
from the nearest parent directory containing button rows will be inherited.
If no button rows are specified in the root directory, default button rows
will be used. These defaults can then be inherited by other directories
which do not specify button rows.
The four default button rows are at:
Command To Change This Value
<BtnRow Location Order
Multiple virtual keyboard row sections may exist within each