WOW, this is exactly the setting I was looking for! I feel at home again :-). Thanks a lot, you really made my day.
OK, thank you Alexander. Looks like there is the ExternalAccessory framework but I don’t know if it could solve this issue.
An option to hide the additional keys would be great indeed, as I have discovered that right clicking on top of the screen allows to quickly leave edit mode (and go back to "tab mode"), which is very useful, and means that the additional keys are not really needed any more when you have a mouse and an external keyboard.
OK, thank you Alexander for your answer, it makes sense. I think I am also confused with the mouse scroll wheel, as it seems to go backwards, and I have seen no iOS option to invert it. Thanks again :-).
Thanks a lot, it is exactly what I needed!
It works perfectly now :-).
Thanks for your answer. The whell does not seem to be recognized in many apps (including native ones), but it is recognized in Textastic. So I believe you are already reacting to some kind of event which is emitted by a tick of the wheel.
If you manage to understand which event it is, I think it would be interesting to add some customization, as mentioned in my previous message.
Do you have a Bluetooth mouse to check this?
Thanks again for Textastic!
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