Re: got this new phone and don't have a manual that...
My menu is a menu where you can save your own personal shortcuts to
things that you want for example you can save a game to open directly
over there instead of going into games and opening it , you can also
put shortcuts to other things link your message inbox , profile
settings , etc . hope you understood the purpose of it .
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02080 London Section: Codes in Range 1000-2999 - Geographic Numbers A table of the code allocations for numbers starting 02080 is available Nearby area codes listed by increasing distance: *. 01812 Geographic - unassigned (formerly London Outer Area)located nearby *. 01710 Geographic - unassigned (formerly London Inner Area, National Dialling)located nearby *. 01712 Geographic - unassigned (formerly London Inner Area)located nearby *. 0200 London National Diallinglocated nearby *. 01810 Geographic - unassigned (formerly London Outer Area, National Dialling)located nearby *. 0207 Londonlocated nearby *. 01689 Orpingtonabout 9 miles to the S *. 01708 Romfordabout 11 miles to the E *. 01322 Dartfordabout 12 miles to the ESE *. 01959 Westerhamabout 15 miles to the SSE *. 01707 Potters Barabout 15 miles to the NW *. 01992 Lea Valleyabout 16 miles to the N *. 01375 Grays Thurrockabout 17 miles to the E *. 01883 Caterhamabout 17 miles to the SSW *. 01474 Gravesendabout 18 miles to the ESE
Looks like a great joystick.
Joysticks today are really just multifunction tools, mice with a stick attached really. So every button is pretty much able to do any job. The only real limitations are what you can coordinate with your hands. Each game will have an Options menu, sometimes with a Controls submenu, where they ask you which button you'd like to associate with which action.
Usually, the trigger is Fire Primary (or Selected) Weapon. The thumb circle on the top of the stick is "look around". The 'throttle' on the back of the stick is usually 'forward/backward velocity' in games where you're driving.
Every other button is probably 'unassigned' until you decide which you'd like to do what with.
This is directly from Logitech:http://logitech-en-emea.custhelp.com/ "Logitech MouseWare Software:
1. Right click on the Logitech white mouse icon in the System Tray and select "Mouse Properties".
2. Click on the "Buttons" tab and your pointing device should be shown. If you have more that one mouse connected, select the mouse you wish to program by clicking on the "Devices" tab, and select the mouse you wish to program from the drop down menu, then go back to the "Buttons" tab.
3. Scroll down the list of buttons and select the button you wish to program, and click on the function to highlight it.
4. Now click on the "Modify" button. A "Modify Button Function" box will appear with a drop down menu. Select the button assignment you wish to use and click the "OK" button. Now click the "Apply" button to save your changes.
Using the "Keystroke" button assignment.
If the button assignment or keyboard command you want is not listed under the button assignments, you may want to use the "Keystroke" button assignment. Using the MouseWare steps above select Keystroke under Step 3. The "Keystroke Assignment" box appears. Click your mouse cursor into the box that states "Unassigned". Now press the key or combination of keys you wish to use and click the "OK" button. The function should now be displayed in the current list of button assignments. Click the "Apply" button then the "OK" button."
Hopefully this will help. Please let me know if it doesn't.
Logitech mouseware must be installed for this to work.
Go to the mouse properties and select the drag lock button and set it to "Unassign" in Logitech -> Mouseware -> Mouse Properties. Click the "Buttons" tab. Scroll down to button "4" and select. Click Modify button and select "Unassigned" And Click "OK" Button, Click "Apply" button. The lock icon will go away and never come back.