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Old 07-22-2008, 06:36 PM
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slide scroll sensitivity

- Is there a difference in the slide scroll sensitivity for the one that comes with SPB pocket plus and sclpc++?

I noticed in many youtube demo videos for mogul which shows smooth effortless scrolling like in iphone. the slide scroll which comes with pocket plus and opera mini literally requires me to sweep across the screen with lot of pressure for a tiny bit scroll.

- Are there are settings associated with the scroll sensitivity which i could tweak?

- do you recommed installing the sclpc++? I am pretty happy with the phone in its current form .I have been able to get almost everything I need (opera mini, iguidance, google maps, pocket rss, pocket plus, pocket diary, tcpmp with IE, pocket music , Im+, smms, audio notes, pocket putty, pocket stock monitor, pdanet, wifiprofiles etc etc) to work and dont want to mess around. I gather that it consumes extra 6mb. If it gives a smoother scroll, then may be I can give it a shot.


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Old 07-22-2008, 10:05 PM
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Re: slide scroll sensitivity

With scrolling in opera you have to get used to it. Touch the screen for about a second and then drag.
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