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Old 05-07-2008, 12:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm sure this question was answered somewhere but I couldn't find it. Is there anyway to scroll faster through web pages or emails likeu would by using the page up or page down keys on a pc? But on the bb curve?
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Old 05-07-2008, 01:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I knew the first 3 but didn't know how to go up one page. now I do thanks! lol I just got my 8320 last week and its got quite a few differences to the Pearl
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does anyone know a page up button for when you write a note on the memo pad? Everytime i write a long note i have to manually use to trackball to go all the way down.
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You can also change the speed of the trackball in Options - screen/keyboard. Look for an option for "trackball sensitivity.". You can push the vertical and horizontal up from the default (70) to 100.
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I knew the first 3 but didn't know how to go up one page. now I do thanks! lol I just got my 8320 last week and its got quite a few differences to the Pearl
I ended up pressing all the keys on the keyboard until I figured out that "n" skips to the next song and "p" goes either to the beginning of the song or the previous song in the media player.

It was easier on the Pearl with "4" and "6". I could find it without even looking at the keypad.
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T for Top
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Space goes down per page
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P for previous day (Tuesday, May 6th)
N for next day (Wednesday, May 7th)
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