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Old 10-04-2007, 11:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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When typing messages, sometimes SureType brings up suggested combinations. You can choose what fits by rolling the trackball. It sucks.

7100 had the "next" button, which was the * button. You could quickly get to the right combination. using the trackball is my biggest beef with the 8100 - it's not precise, you can "overscroll", and requires lifting the finger off the keypad and moving it.

Any way to resurrect the "next" key on the 8100?
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Its there right next to the AnyKey lol. Sorry someone had to do it. But alas don't think there is any fix for this I too have wished for this as I always scrol right past the right word and don't realize it till I'm done and hit send lol. Pain in the arse.
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Try adjusting the sensitivity of the trackball that may help you from over scrolling
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