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Old 11-23-2005, 10:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was lucky enough to get my 8700c today. Only question I have: is there a way to manually turn off the backlight other than placing it back into the holster or waiting for it to automatically turn off?

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Other than adjusting the time the backlight stays on (options->screen/keyboard) or having BBlight....the only option is turning it off manually besides putting it in the holster.
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how about turning off the status light?
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RTFM?
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It seems that the "power" button on the top left edge cycles between backlight dim, backlight bright & off.
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Is there anyway to keep the backlight on when powered? or do I need to install BBLight?

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