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Old 10-01-2007, 01:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all,

Got my Curve (titanium) and am getting used to the new trackball setup (had the 8700 before).

On some menus you can click the trackball and it brings up a short list of common options. You choose one or choose the Full Menu option, and then it open the full menu listing. I know you can also press the Blackberry button and it brings up the full menu, but I'd rather keep my finger on the trackball (like how you'd simply click the trackwheel on the 8700 and you'd get the full menu).

Can you turn off those short menus and have it always show the full menu, like in the trackwheel days? I did some searches but didn't find any discussion of it. Trying to reduce the number of clicks to get stuff done.

Thanks much!

Old 10-01-2007, 01:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ya, I like the one menu setup of my old 7100 better. I think they should have kept one menu. Oh well ... I got used to it though.
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Unfortunatly, you can't turn off the short menus.
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