Re: [peditors] Re: New poll for peditors
- I would also have to vote "No" on this feature. The power button on my
Kyocera 7135 actually powers the phone side of the device on and off. I
don't want anything interfering with that.
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On Fri, 08 Apr 2005 08:34:49 -0400 (EDT) Paul Nevai
># I thought I ought to explain my vote of 'No' to the poll ... the
># extended push of the power button in my T3 locks the device, and I use
># it too much - especially just before handing it over to my 2 year old
># or shoving it into my pocket. So, though I dont have any objection to
># you adding the feature, I wouldnt be able to use it.
>Interesting point. So far, all my life only 2 things were ever stolen from
>me, both on a trip to Italy: a tour book and a [left] glove, the latter
>I was standing in front of Michelangelo's David. So I don't lock etc. mystolen
>On the other hand, in the past 15 years 3 of my desktop computers were
>but each was under circumstances beyond my control. In one case I even knew
>who stole it but I had no proof so I had to keep my mouth shut.
- Paul Nevai <nevai@...-state.edu> writes:
> I don't mind the numerous NO votes for the power button question. I knowI have a Tungsten E, and the power button (top right) is awkward to
operate when I use the device with the hard cover, i.e. most of the
time. And, even without the cover, it's not so easy for me to quickly
reach. So, I voted no because such a feature would not be of much
value to me.
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