Yes, it is supported by setting the VirtualKeyboardMode property of the Text Input control to either Text or Numeric
VirtualKeyboardMode – Type of virtual keyboard, text or numeric, that appears on an app user's touch screen. The Format property determines the default value. Device support varies. Devices that are running iOS must have at least version 12.2. The recommended version of Android is 9.0, and capabilities of numeric keyboards vary for Android devices. Windows 10 doesn't support this property.
This is only supported on iOS and Android - not on the desktop computer.
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For your scenario, you can try OnChange property, to use SetFocus(SomeOtherControl)
If the above does not work, see if modifying a variable (Set) referred to by the VirtualKeyboardMode property, from OnSelect and then again OnChange, might also help if focusing to another control is not desired.
It looks as if VirtualKeyboardMode property can only be changed from Auto, Numeric, or Text. The keyboard is already in the correct mode. I would like to add a function to the "GO" or "ENTER" Buttons on that keyboard. Currently nothing happens when you press the GO button and the keyboard remains open until the user hides it.