Update (11/7): Calkulin has made a mod for the Evo! http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=785271 Update: An XDA dev has made a permanent solution for Desire froyo ROMs. If anyone's interested you can follow his thread to see if it'll work on an Evo. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=786290 Update: A commenter on my Youtube video has found a fix! Presumably the fix only works if you have Froyo 2.2 ----------------------------------------------------------- How many of you guys noticed this? Pinch-to-zoom on the HTC Evo 4G's browser behaves differently than on a stock Android browser. It's driving me crazy! Evo Browser's pinch-to-zoom causes all the text on the screen to move around. Take a look at this short 20 second video of how the HTC Sense UI's browser and how the Stock Android Browser does pinch-to-zoom: YouTube - Pinch to Zoom: HTC Sense UI Browser vs Stock Android Browser To see more of what I mean, watch this longer video YouTube - HTC Sense UI Browser vs Stock Android Browser Basically, pinch-to-zoom is recalculating the layout on the Evo, while the layout is unchanged in the stock Android browser. The double-tap-to-zoom behavior are the same, and depends on what you set in your Settings. Anyone know how we can get the stock Android browser's pinch-to-zoom behavior? Dolphin Browser HD has the same problem on the Evo but not on the Droid. It's using the underlying browser for rendering I'm guessing. I think I should clarify this thread: If you've never used a phone with a stock Android browser before, you will most likely not see Evo's pinch-to-zoom auto-fit behavior as an issue. And you will believe very strongly that this is a feature. It's nice that you guys are coming out and letting us know how you feel, but ignorance is bliss. You guys have never used a browser that does auto-fit correctly, so you think i'm just crying about nothing. What I would like is a browser on the Evo that behaves like a stock Android browser. And I think it's possible if someone was able to just port over the Android 2.1 Browser.apk file to the Evo. But this thread has turned into an argument on whether people feel that this is an issue, so that may be already too late.