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who else has to aim super-carefully near the borders of the display?

asked 2013-12-27 21:39:13 +0200

bennypr0fane gravatar image

updated 2014-11-26 13:12:05 +0200

jiit gravatar image

I must admit my hands are often a bit shaky, so this might be not much of an issue for others, especially for people with smaller fingertips: When typing, especially "a" or "q" (in a german keyboard layout, anyway the leftmost keys) often result in a little peek to cover view. Also, when browsing, smaller buttons located in the upper corners, most notably in Youtube and Facebook mobile sites, are really hard to hit and I have to try several times with my big finger. In few places, I tapped an area next to a button, but the button was triggered, even though my finger was definitely touching the screen outside that button. This is were I miss a good old resistive display. There's no way to get that kind of precision on a capacitive one.

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answered 2013-12-27 21:56:48 +0200

Aequanix gravatar image

Have that problem only when trying to access the umlaut ä via a-key and using the phone lefthanded. No big problem though. Would like to have the possibility to swipe the keyboard away.

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