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tr3v

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#63636 1-Jul-2010 10:21
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I recently upgraded my aging Okta Touch to the HTC Touch 2. I was running WM6.5 on my Okta, but there are many differences. One thing I cannot get around is cursor keys on the keypad. They are no longer available. If I am editing a message, and want to move the cursor, I need to use the touchscreen to position the cursor directly with my finger/stylus. With the Okta, there was a hardware button for moving the cursor, as well as cursor keys on the keypad. I have neither on the Touch 2.

Can anyone shine some light on this? 

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tr3v

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  #346926 1-Jul-2010 10:51
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Answering my own question...

Just press and hold the symbol mode button (this has 4 small arrows on it) to display the cursor keys.

 
 
 

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  #346968 1-Jul-2010 12:54
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cool, i was wondering that myself




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tr3v

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  #346971 1-Jul-2010 13:02
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pageweon: cool, i was wondering that myself

Glad I helped. I contemplated deleting my post when I found such a simple answer, even though I have had the phone for over a week
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