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Tips & tricks: More efficient text entry on the Nokia E75

Rédigé par Matthew Miller le Mercredi 15 Avril 2009



I have to say the more I use the E75, the further down in my stack of phones the E71 moves. I have read some thoughts online about people not liking the predictive text implementation. I see that predictive text is an option in keypad/portrait mode, but I don’t see predictive text as an option [...]

I have to say the more I use the E75, the further down in my stack of phones the E71 moves. I have read some thoughts online about people not liking the predictive text implementation. I see that predictive text is an option in keypad/portrait mode, but I don’t see predictive text as an option when in QWERTY mode.  Am I missing something here? I found the setting for predictive text in QWERTY mode too. One reason I do like predictive text mode in QWERTY layout is because the autofill for things like didn’t and other words with the apostrophe.

Tips & tricks: More efficient text entry on the Nokia E75

One thing I just discovered this morning (similar to what I have seen on my old Treo 650 and a couple other devices) that should make you MUCH more efficient with this keyboard is that you do not have to press the blue Function key and then a character to enter the alternative text (text/characters in blue). You simply press and hold down on the desired key and the alternative text appears.

You still need to hit a shift key for a capital letter, but Nokia provides both a right and left shift key so that shouldn’t be a problem.

At times, I do wish there was left and right soft keys or the capability to assign program/actions to the QWERTY keyboard, but most of the time I only swing open the keyboard to enter text and I don’t live in QWERTY landscape mode.



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