iPad Touch Screen Settings...

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Ultrimate, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. Hasty

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    This plea for user adjustable settings reminds me of buying hi-fi

    The really expensive top end gear had minimal controls while the cheap junk amplifiers looked like a Boeing flightdeck.

    The real trouble is that the iPad is so competent we expect more than it was designed to give.
     
  2. MikesTooLz

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    no calibration settings, there is no need for them on this type of screen. Its not a pressure sensitive screen.
     
  3. keroro1979

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    That's what I thought too. Has nothing to do with apple bias - other than the iPad and touch, I've only ever had one apple product (an iBook about 6 years ago), the rest have been pc's. I enjoy games too much to go full on Mac. Plies I couldn't afford it lol
     
  4. Ultrimate

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    I also think they should have a setting where you flick your finger to scroll, you can adjust faster scrolling, or slower scrolling..

    I bet the next gen iPad will have such settings.
     
  5. pallentx

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    That setting is there already sort of. Instead of a setting, it scrolls as fast or slow as you want based on how fast or slow you swype your finger. You can scroll very fast or very slow. Play with it in slow motion, when you touch the screen its like your finger is physically touching the page. As you slide, it will move as though your finger is physically moving the page. It works just like inertial scrolling in Windows Mobile - which also has no sensitivity setting.
     
  6. CaptKirk

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    I don't either... I think newcomers to Apple products aren't acostumed to the 'touch' which Apple is all about. Now, if everyone was complaining about touch sensitivity with Microsoft products, i.e. HP's attempt to copy Apples touch pad, then I totaly would understand.
     
  7. pallentx

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    Hp was not attempting to copy apples tablet. They, as many others were working on one before Apple's was ever released.
     
  8. CaptKirk

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    I didn't say 'tablet'
     
  9. CaptKirk

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    I bet it don't... We already have what your asking for. And it works finger flicking good...
     
  10. Rawtechwick

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    Touch screen setting

    Where do you get this perfect stuff!! Are you an Apple employee?
    All you have to do is accidentally and lightly brush the screen with your palm and you find yourself on another page!
     

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