- With your iPhone, turning off the blue square can be accomplished in a few different ways.
- The “Reduce Motion” option can be disabled by going to the Settings menu, selecting “General,” and then selecting “Accessibility.”
- The “Blue Light Reduction” option can also be disabled by going to the Settings menu, selecting “Display & Brightness,” and selecting “Disable.”
How can I remove the blue box that appears whenever I type?
If your phone has a screen protector, you can try peeling it off to see whether the blue squares come off with it. If they do, you’ve found the solution. If your phone does not have a screen protector, you can attempt removing the squares from the display by scraping them with a toothpick or another pointed object.
When typing, there are a few different approaches one can take to get rid of the blue box. The Control key can be held down while the minus sign (-) on the number pad is pressed and released. This is one method. Alternately, you can keep the Alt key depressed as you hit the 0160 number on the number pad.
The home button on your iPhone is represented by the small square at the bottom of the screen. Both returning to the home screen and activating Siri are accomplished with the usage of this button.
There are a few situations in which a blue box might appear around certain text. One explanation for this could be that the content contains hyperlinks. If you move your cursor over the text, the hand icon that appears in the blue box will change, indicating that you can click on it to go to the website that is linked to in the text.
One further interpretation of the phrase is that it is a title. Titles are typically formatted differently than regular text and frequently have a blue box surrounding them to differentiate them from the surrounding text.
A text box is indicated by the blue box that surrounds the area in which you input. Text can be entered into a document, form, or other component of a web page with this tool.
It’s possible that you have the “Caps Lock” key set on, which would explain the blue box that appears around anything you enter. Every letter that you type will be in capital letters if you have the Caps Lock key turned on.
You can turn off voice assistance by going into the settings on your phone and selecting either “Google” or “Assistant.” You will find the ability to disable “Google Now” and “Hotword Detection” in the “Assistant” section of the settings menu.
The blue box that appears on your iPhone XR can be removed in a few different ways. The first thing you can do is go to your device’s settings, select General, then Accessibility, and then Display Accommodations. From there, deselect the option to Lower White Point. Another option is to go to Settings > Display & Brightness and then slide the Brightness slider as far to the left as it will go.
On the screen of my iPad is a blue box that is covering the text that I’m currently typing. What do I need to do to get rid of it?
As you begin typing, a blue box will appear that is referred to as the “keyboard cursor.” This box will show you where text will be entered when you begin typing. To remove it from the screen, touch and hold anyplace on the screen that is not the keyboard.
The blue box that appears around active items in Outlook is a feature that is enabled by default and cannot be disabled. You can, however, change the settings so that the box is less obvious and blends in with the background. To accomplish this, navigate to the “File” menu, select “Options,” then “Advanced,” and under the “Display” section, change the “Activate items using keyboard shortcuts” setting to “With mouse only.”
In Indesign, you must first choose the text that you wish to hide the blue box surrounding before you can proceed with hiding the blue box. After that, go to the menu labeled “Window” and select “Type & Tables.” Uncheck the box labeled “Show Font Preview” that is located under the “Preferences” tab.
Go to Settings > Siri & Search on your iPhone, and then turn off the option labeled Listen for “Hey Siri.” This will turn off Voice Assistant on your iPhone.
Go to Settings > General > Accessibility on your iPhone, and then turn the Voice Control switch off. This will disable the voice control feature on your iPhone.