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Whenever I use a stylus - and sometimes when I'm just working on a regular screen - the screen bounces and changes sizes, whether I want it to or not. It will go from a typical 100% zoom to what seems to be a 300% (although the zoom setting stays the same) and I have to use the touch with the hand to bring it back. It's very annoying when all I'm trying to do is fill out forms or whatever with a stylus - or moving from point to point on a screen.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The latest version of the firmware solved a couple touch screen issues. (v11) take it into version to get it checked out.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
I was having a similar issue only my text was getting bigger. I found this link and it answered our problem and it also had other useful information: http://news.softpedia.com/news/HTC-Touch-Pro-Review-97938.shtml
The HTC Touch Pro supports SMS, MMS and email. Thanks to the 3D interface, users will be able to thumb scroll longer messages in the Inbox. Dynamic font resizing (zooming in/out with the scroll wheel) is also available. HTC Touch Pro also offers Message delivery reports in its Settings menu.
After reading that I tried it out on one of my text messages and sure enough it changed the font just like it said it would. The center button allowed for the zooming in (bigger) and out (smaller). All you had to do was run your finger around it in a clockwise and/or counter clockwise motion.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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