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  1. #1
    Glen
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    Hi all..

    I'm used to a Nokia's Predictive text way of doing things.. of course
    the Moto is similar but when using iTap Ext - What's the quickest way
    to get a comma and full stop...?

    With a Nokia it was simple the 1Key, then star to cycle round to the
    character you wanted...

    Glen
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    Glen

    http://www.chagle.co.uk/moneymaker



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  2. #2
    horror
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    Re: Moto v525 and iTap

    same thing really, press 1 e.g, Hello then when u press 1 u get a choice of
    Hello. Hello? Hello! and if u press right u get more options... Hello,
    [email protected] Hello' u then just select what u want, i still prefer txting on a
    nokia though, still getting used to the v525....


    "Glen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi all..
    >
    > I'm used to a Nokia's Predictive text way of doing things.. of course
    > the Moto is similar but when using iTap Ext - What's the quickest way
    > to get a comma and full stop...?
    >
    > With a Nokia it was simple the 1Key, then star to cycle round to the
    > character you wanted...
    >
    > Glen
    > --
    > Glen
    >
    > http://www.chagle.co.uk/moneymaker






  3. #3
    Glen
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    Re: Moto v525 and iTap

    Get ya! MMmm... I'll have to get used to this. Nokia was better at
    this! ;-)

    Glen

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2004 16:59:37 +0100, "horror" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >same thing really, press 1 e.g, Hello then when u press 1 u get a choice of
    >Hello. Hello? Hello! and if u press right u get more options... Hello,
    >[email protected] Hello' u then just select what u want, i still prefer txting on a
    >nokia though, still getting used to the v525....
    >
    >
    >"Glen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Hi all..
    >>
    >> I'm used to a Nokia's Predictive text way of doing things.. of course
    >> the Moto is similar but when using iTap Ext - What's the quickest way
    >> to get a comma and full stop...?
    >>
    >> With a Nokia it was simple the 1Key, then star to cycle round to the
    >> character you wanted...
    >>
    >> Glen
    >> --
    >> Glen
    >>
    >> http://www.chagle.co.uk/moneymaker

    >


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    Glen

    http://www.chagle.co.uk/moneymaker



  4. #4
    Dave
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    Re: Moto v525 and iTap

    Glen wrote:

    > Hi all..
    >
    > I'm used to a Nokia's Predictive text way of doing things.. of course
    > the Moto is similar but when using iTap Ext - What's the quickest way
    > to get a comma and full stop...?
    >
    > With a Nokia it was simple the 1Key, then star to cycle round to the
    > character you wanted...
    >
    > Glen
    > --
    > Glen
    >
    > http://www.chagle.co.uk/moneymaker


    When you press the one key you'll see the word you want followed by a
    highlighted punctuation mark. On my phone it's frequently a square
    bracket or something useless, and I have to use the right arrow to
    scroll to the punctuation I want. Full stop is usually 3rd or 4th. This
    depends on previously entered punctuation. For example if I have
    previously entered why followed by a ?, it will offer me this option
    first every time I ask for punctuation after the word why. But by
    default, the most common punctuation marks are 3rd 4th or 5th in the
    list offered, whereas they should be 1st and 2nd. As far as I can see
    this is the only flaw in an otherwise escellent predictive text system.
    See my geeky post later today



  5. #5
    mors in de hoeh
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    Re: Moto v525 and iTap

    little bit off topic ... but .. had a Siemens S45 before. Compared to the
    S45's T9 iTap is crap, especially when texting in a non english language
    (i.e. german). Too often I get wrong suggestions or just rubbish at all,
    most often when typing compound words (which are very common in german).
    There's no easy way to tell iTap to just ignore the first compound of the
    word and go on as if it would be a completely new word. I that were possible
    the rate of missuggestions would drop dramaticly. There some other minor
    flaws. I'll tell next time. :-)

    Andrej

    "Dave" <[email protected]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:[email protected]
    > Glen wrote:
    >
    > > Hi all..
    > >
    > > I'm used to a Nokia's Predictive text way of doing things.. of course
    > > the Moto is similar but when using iTap Ext - What's the quickest way
    > > to get a comma and full stop...?
    > >
    > > With a Nokia it was simple the 1Key, then star to cycle round to the
    > > character you wanted...
    > >
    > > Glen
    > > --
    > > Glen
    > >
    > > http://www.chagle.co.uk/moneymaker

    >
    > When you press the one key you'll see the word you want followed by a
    > highlighted punctuation mark. On my phone it's frequently a square
    > bracket or something useless, and I have to use the right arrow to
    > scroll to the punctuation I want. Full stop is usually 3rd or 4th. This
    > depends on previously entered punctuation. For example if I have
    > previously entered why followed by a ?, it will offer me this option
    > first every time I ask for punctuation after the word why. But by
    > default, the most common punctuation marks are 3rd 4th or 5th in the
    > list offered, whereas they should be 1st and 2nd. As far as I can see
    > this is the only flaw in an otherwise escellent predictive text system.
    > See my geeky post later today






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