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  1. #1
    Fleetie
    Guest
    Hi.

    The "My Shortcuts" facility on the T610 seems almost useless to me!

    I want to assign various tasks to "shortcuts" so I only need to do
    1 or 2 keypresses to access them. It seems that the "My Shortcuts"
    facility only allows you to add activities to the "My Shortcuts"
    menu, rather than allowing you to configure them to operate on,
    for example, long presses on numbers. (e.g. long press on "3" might
    do a "Send and Receive"). But I can't get this, or anything like it.

    Is this "Shortcuts" "facility" really as useless as it seems to me,
    or am I missing the way to make it useful?

    Thanks in advance.


    Martin
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    M.A.Poyser Tel.: 07967 110890
    Manchester, U.K. http://www.fleetie.demon.co.uk





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  2. #2
    Ray Martin
    Guest

    Re: T610 "My Shortcuts" Seems Useless!

    Whatever shortcut you assign to Position 1 can be accessed by moving the
    joystick to the left. I have it set to switch Bluetooth on and off, for
    example.

    Ray Martin


    "Fleetie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi.
    >
    > The "My Shortcuts" facility on the T610 seems almost useless to me!
    >
    > I want to assign various tasks to "shortcuts" so I only need to do
    > 1 or 2 keypresses to access them. It seems that the "My Shortcuts"
    > facility only allows you to add activities to the "My Shortcuts"
    > menu, rather than allowing you to configure them to operate on,
    > for example, long presses on numbers. (e.g. long press on "3" might
    > do a "Send and Receive"). But I can't get this, or anything like it.
    >
    > Is this "Shortcuts" "facility" really as useless as it seems to me,
    > or am I missing the way to make it useful?
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    >
    > Martin
    > --
    > M.A.Poyser Tel.: 07967

    110890
    > Manchester, U.K.

    http://www.fleetie.demon.co.uk
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Fleetie
    Guest

    Re: T610 "My Shortcuts" Seems Useless!

    "Ray Martin" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > Whatever shortcut you assign to Position 1 can be accessed by moving the
    > joystick to the left. I have it set to switch Bluetooth on and off, for
    > example.


    Whoah, great.

    I already figured that out. But thanks anyway.

    So effectively the T610 gives you ONE "real" shortcut.

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not knocking you, and thanks for the answers.


    Martin >:-/
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    M.A.Poyser Tel.: 07967 110890
    Manchester, U.K. http://www.fleetie.demon.co.uk





  4. #4
    Fleetie
    Guest

    Re: T610 "My Shortcuts" Seems Useless!

    "Cellular Unlocker" <[email protected]> wrote
    > The shortcuts menu is almost useful. If you access the menu, press 3, then
    > the shortcut key, you will access that shortcut. It makes it faster then
    > searching the menus. For example, if you put "Write new MMS" as shortcut 2,
    > pressing Menu, 3, 2 will acces it faster then Menu, Messages, MMS, Write
    > new. Also, the first shortcut become the left keypress.


    Aaaahhhh!

    Now that is worth knowing. Thank-you.

    Still not ideal, but yes, better than I thought.


    Thanks for that.


    Martin
    --
    M.A.Poyser Tel.: 07967 110890
    Manchester, U.K. http://www.fleetie.demon.co.uk





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