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> How to disable the pop-up "secure keyboard input has been enabled"?
chrisoffice
post 17.01.2013 19:09
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The pop-up "secure keyboard input has been enabled" is really annoying! And it is getting in the way because it covers the data entry field.

If I go to the settings, and disable the secure keyboard input, then the pop-up will be gone, but that defeat the entire purpose of this function.

Is there any other way to disable this "proud" announcement from Kaspersky?

Thanks!
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hepta
post 17.01.2013 22:34
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QUOTE(chrisoffice @ 17.01.2013 16:11) *
The pop-up "secure keyboard input has been enabled" is really annoying! And it is getting in the way because it covers the data entry field.

If I go to the settings, and disable the secure keyboard input, then the pop-up will be gone, but that defeat the entire purpose of this function.

Is there any other way to disable this "proud" announcement from Kaspersky?

Thanks!



http://support.kaspersky.com/8501






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Kedrik
post 3.09.2015 19:39
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QUOTE(hepta @ 17.01.2013 20:34) *


Hello,

2,5 years later:)
In this way "Secure Keyboard Input" feature will be disabled. What Chriss wants is Secure Keyboard Input still to be enabled but the annoying banner to be gone.
So actually there is no way to do this.

Sorry Chriss
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monsterz
post 9.12.2015 19:21
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Would like to see this, too.

QUOTE(Kedrik @ 3.09.2015 10:39) *
Hello,

2,5 years later:)
In this way "Secure Keyboard Input" feature will be disabled. What Chriss wants is Secure Keyboard Input still to be enabled but the annoying banner to be gone.
So actually there is no way to do this.

Sorry Chriss

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Progressiveboy
post 31.12.2015 06:08
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ditto. I've just disabled the feature rather than deal with the annoying bubble. Would rather leave it on, but silly that the notification part alone cannot be turned off.
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mikolajek
post 31.12.2015 14:09
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QUOTE(Progressiveboy @ 31.12.2015 03:08) *
Would rather leave it on, but silly that the notification part alone cannot be turned off.

That's really bad as it interferes with some password managers (LastPass in my case) and even delays (a bit, but still) manual entering of credentials...
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