M701-R Pinch Zoom sensitivity

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  1. tbackus

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    Any way to adjust the sensitivity of the pinch zoom? Seems a tad slow for my liking.
     
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    Does all of the touch aspects seem slow or just the pinch to zoom

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    I guess the rest seem ok. No real complaints..
     
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    Most of the time when in the Browser app, I can use double tap to zoom in or zoom out :cool: . Just tap twice quickly on the screen (like a double click on mouse).

    Seems quicker than pinch to zoom, and I have some trouble with getting the zoom to the right size with pinch to zoom anyways. Seems to shrink after I take my fingers off. I thought that was just me being retarded.... :D
     
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    No it's not just you.
    I think a large part of it is the multitouch resistive screen, coupled with a lack of any adjustment.

    We're stuck with the old "tap and fumble" methods i think.

    I've certainly been there trying to size the stupid page and it's always one notch too big or one notch too small. Frustrating.
     

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