Aug 8, 2019
Blind Abilities offers another episode in our iPhone 101 series,
covering the much-requested process of selecting, copying, cutting,
deleting and pasting text on your i-Device. Pete walks us through
not only the multi-step process of using your iOS Rotor for such
actions, but also reviews the streamlined process for using the
3-finger Quadruple-tap to capture the last spoken phrase by
Learn how to use the Rotor for each individual step of the process, and when to use a work-around to cover an apparent bug in the Text Selection Rotor. Also, see when using the streamlined 3-finger Quad gesture will allow for a quick grab of text to the Clipboard for easy copying into a Note, an email or a text message, or pasting it into a search field in Safari or other ready destination.
Sit back and enjoy this short demonstration of a process which we can use regularly, but which can sometimes be elusive in grasping exactly how it works!
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