Numeric keyboard orientation and unit converters

Numeric keyboard orientation and unit converters

Have you ever noticed there are two common orientations of the numeric keyboard? One of them, where the keys "1", "2" and "3" are on top, is popular with phones, TV remote controls and PIN entry forms:


The other orientation, popular with calculators and computer keyboards, has the keys "7", "8" and "9" on top:


But which orientation is suitable for a unit converter? Depending on whom you ask, you may get three different answers. Why three and not two? Because there is a third answer, namely "I don't care".

That's why the Aevumsoft Unit Converter has an option named "Reverse numeric keyboard" in its Settings.

Let's see how it works.

This is the default orientation:


If this is not what you want, go to the menu and select "Settings". Check "Reverse numeric keyboard":


Exit Settings. Note the difference:


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