Re: pedit - selector/jumper dialog... bug?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Paul Nevai <nevai@...> wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 30, 2007 at 12:06:54PM -0000, jmarkevich wrote:
> > Hi, I found a little thing that might be a bug... if not, please
> >on the
> > I have a Treo 90. To get to both the selector and the jumper dialogs,
> > I have to press option (the blue button) plus my esc key (which is #,
> > so option-O) plus "S" or "J". When the dialog comes up, the
> > option-lock is on. I did not set it.
> > In fact, I can bring up the dialogs with pen taps alone and it is
> > still on. The reason may be that the default & selected field is a
> > numeric field. I usually specify backward or forward before the number
> > of selected/jumped units... so if I hit b I get "7" and f gets me "-".
> > The field seems to allow those characters to be entered, though... so
> > there's nothing at the OS level that forces numbers, I guess.
> > Any suggestions?
> Yes,. this came up before. Maybe you can press the option button to
> de-option it? Yes, I think this might solve it. I think this works
> Treo 755p. Testing...testing...testing...yes, it works.Yes, that works, and while it's not a huge step... why does the option
get turned on at all? Note - this also happens when I don't touch the
keyboard, i.e. tap on the toolbar "S" and "J". At first I thought it
was just a keyUp event kinda thing...