The LowerCaseDisplay setting is only for the display of the keyboard characters. The details would be in help & advanced user notes, under the INI settings. This was added for our assistive technology versions, to sync with the way letters are taught in schools, and to help with the human cognitive processes for disabled individuals - it is in our commercial versions as a visual aid, but has no affect on what is typed. If you look at a physical keyboard, it has caps ALL the time. This is the way we initially implemented the key display on the virtual keyboards, later we added the option to sync with the Shift/Caps states - That is what LowerCaseDisplay=1 does.
If you want to force all uppercase, you can use the Caps Lock. If you are in control of the application, you can typically set a text box to uppercase within the development tool, or within the properties of the control.
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|Category: Basic Configuration||Type: Question/Answer||Product: My-T-Soft|