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  1. #1
    Alan B
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    "CJ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Whenever I try to type "to" using T9, the phone suggests "um" at the top

    of
    > the list, which is frustrating. However, "um" isn't listed in My Words, so

    I
    > can't delete it (even though I'm sure I added it to My Words at one

    stage).
    > How the £$"% can I make it suggest "to" as the first word?
    >
    > Many thanks.
    >
    > CJ
    >


    That's interesting , I've not seen anyone else mention this before. I also
    have some words (3) that I know I added but I can't delete as they don't
    appear in My Words. Could be another bug?





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  2. #2
    Carl.
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    Re: T610 My Words Frustration

    "Alan B" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "CJ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Whenever I try to type "to" using T9, the phone suggests "um" at the top

    > of
    > > the list, which is frustrating. However, "um" isn't listed in My Words,

    so
    > I
    > > can't delete it (even though I'm sure I added it to My Words at one

    > stage).
    > > How the £$"% can I make it suggest "to" as the first word?
    > >
    > > Many thanks.
    > >
    > > CJ
    > >

    >
    > That's interesting , I've not seen anyone else mention this before. I

    also
    > have some words (3) that I know I added but I can't delete as they don't
    > appear in My Words. Could be another bug?


    I sometimes notice that silly "words" are listed first (can't think of a
    specific one right now, but it sure is annoying). I have a t300. Not
    necessarily words I have used or added, so I don't know where the heck they
    come from.

    "Um" is a handy word to have in the dictionary, as you might type it and not
    want to have to do a manual entry, but it sure shouldn't be assumed over
    "to."

    I remember an older Motorola (T-193, the phone cursed by Satan) didn't know
    the word "I," and would assume G unless you scrolled over.


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  3. #3
    CJ
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    Re: T610 My Words Frustration

    > "Um" is a handy word to have in the dictionary, as you might type it and
    not
    > want to have to do a manual entry, but it sure shouldn't be assumed over
    > "to."
    >


    I agree! I even tried adding it again to My Words and deleting it, but it
    was still there! Don't really want to do a master reset and lose my other
    settings. Wonder if there is any software that can provide access to My
    Words and allow you to add / delete entries? As the last poster said it is
    possible to have entries in My Words which do not show up in the My Words
    list.

    CJ





  4. #4
    David
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    Re: T610 My Words Frustration


    "CJ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > "Um" is a handy word to have in the dictionary, as you might type it and

    > not
    > > want to have to do a manual entry, but it sure shouldn't be assumed over
    > > "to."
    > >

    >
    > I agree! I even tried adding it again to My Words and deleting it, but it
    > was still there! Don't really want to do a master reset and lose my other
    > settings. Wonder if there is any software that can provide access to My
    > Words and allow you to add / delete entries? As the last poster said it is
    > possible to have entries in My Words which do not show up in the My Words
    > list.
    >
    > CJ
    >
    >


    Just tried it on mine. I get To by default and um is down the list if I want
    it





  5. #5
    CJ
    Guest

    Re: T610 My Words Frustration

    > >
    > >

    >
    > Just tried it on mine. I get To by default and um is down the list if I

    want
    > it
    >


    Then I don't know how it got to the top of the list on mine because I use
    "to" about 20 times more than I use "um"!

    CJ





  6. #6
    CJ
    Guest

    Re: T610 My Words Frustration

    >
    > Then I don't know how it got to the top of the list on mine because I use
    > "to" about 20 times more than I use "um"!
    >


    Just did a Settings reset to see if that helped. Lost my profile, WAP
    settings. First text I wrote and it came up "to." Minutes later, "um" had
    returned to the top of the list, even though I hadn't used it. Bonkers.

    CJ





  7. #7
    PJC
    Guest

    Re: T610 My Words Frustration

    CJ wrote:

    > Whenever I try to type "to" using T9, the phone suggests "um" at the top of
    > the list, which is frustrating. However, "um" isn't listed in My Words, so I
    > can't delete it (even though I'm sure I added it to My Words at one stage).
    > How the £$"% can I make it suggest "to" as the first word?
    >
    > Many thanks.
    >
    > CJ


    IMNSHO, T9/predictive text is the work of Satan (a fair way behind
    Microsoft & McDonald's, I admit) and is best switched off.




  8. #8
    PJC
    Guest

    Re: T610 My Words Frustration

    CJ wrote:

    > Whenever I try to type "to" using T9, the phone suggests "um" at the top of
    > the list, which is frustrating. However, "um" isn't listed in My Words, so I
    > can't delete it (even though I'm sure I added it to My Words at one stage).
    > How the £$"% can I make it suggest "to" as the first word?
    >
    > Many thanks.
    >
    > CJ


    IMNSHO, T9/predictive text is the work of Satan (a fair way behind
    Microsoft & McDonald's, I admit) and is best switched off.




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