Question about Computers & Internet
When typing sentences I have stumbled upon a major, and very annoying, problem. As I write a sentence the "blinker" (As I am no computer expert I do not know the correct termonology. It is the line after you write a letter/word/sentence)As I write the blinker randomly moves in between words/sentences and starts writing there instead of in the correct place. As a result my sentence would have another part of a sentence in it. Example: Today is Mond nyoutsideay and it is rainy, yet sun It is suppose to say, " Today is Monday and it is rainy yet sunny outside." Also if I go to, lets say Google, and type in a search. While I am typing it refreshes the page or redirects me to another page or it enters what I have put into the search before I have finished typing in what I am searching. Another problem is as I write for some reason part of the text goes blue, before I notice, and then deletes part of my sentence.I know how to retrieve it back but it has been happening pretty frequently. I think it may be where the curser is placed. I have noticed that wherever my curser is, is also where the sentence merging is happening. Though as when I place it out of the text box the refreshing/redirecting happens. I hope you can help me fix this problem. It really is a nuisance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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