• Keys on a computer keyboard which are programmed or set to accept an input only after being pressed longer than a given interval. Used, for instance, to avoid unwanted input when pressing keys inadvertently. This contrasts, for instance, with BounceKeys, which ignore repeated pressings of a given key within a given time interval.
  • A feature which prevents keystrokes from being registered until a given time interval has elapsed while pressing. Useful, for instance, for those with reduced motor function.