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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by slippknot, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. slippknot

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    is there such a thing for the HTC desire?

    also, is there a app that lets you see how many multi touch points the htc desire has? i saw some youtube vids where that have this app and they put as many fingers as they can on the screen and scribble around.
     

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    Yes, and it's built-in to the settings for the keyboard. I've never calibrated my Desire as the default settings work just fine for my fingers.
    The Desire uses a 2-point multitouch display. At first I thought it was an issue, but I've never found it to be a problem since I only use 2 fingers to pinch/zoom or type or whatever, not 3 or more. So if the need to use 3 fingers is your thing, look elsewhere. But if you're a human, you probably just use 1 or 2 fingers at a time.
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    just 2 points eh.. oh well.. it looks kinda fun to scribble multiple lines with several fingers, but if my desire can't do it.... no biggie.. haha

    also, the the touch screen calibration.. built-in for the keyboard? i dun dig this part..


    edited, nevermind, found it... thanz.. hehe
     
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