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I love my mom
06-21-2007, 03:55 PM
Every once in awhile, the DIA/graffiti area and below on my TX gets messed up. Right now, it's about a half inch off. So it's impossible to press the buttons on my status bar, like the button to collapse the DIA; If I tap in the status bar a white dot appears at the bottom of the typing area indicating I'm entering a graffiti letter. This is a problem that happens about once a month, and it eventually fixes itself, but it's quite annoying. My TX screen in general is in perfect calibration, which I test by going into an app like Paint.
Anyone else have this problem?
06-21-2007, 04:23 PM
common problem that is solved by powerdigi v2 beta
That's one of the reasons Dmitry wrote his PowerDigi calibration tool.
However, I used to have that problem, but it went away when I figured out the culprit.
What was the culprit, you may ask?
Stuff getting stuck in around the frame. My screen cover caused this problem for a while, and a couple of times I've got dirt wedged in there. The T|X appears to be sensitive right to the edge of the screen, but usually is able to autocorrect if the edges are pressed down slightly. However, if the mild pressure points change, the entire calibration drifts. On older models, the screen just stopped accepting inputs. Not sure what's been done to change this behaviour; it is definitely strange.
06-21-2007, 04:25 PM
ILMM, it is your post #1000 !!!!
as for the bug... i use handyAid to calibrate the screen with DIA down. it helped while having the deadspots. I still use it and it works ok :)
06-21-2007, 06:29 PM
AHHH!!! Happy 1k, ILMM!
Yes, PowerDiGi is definitely a worthy fix to teh drift. I went from 1 INCH drift to none, so thanks go to Dmitry Grinberg. :-)
I love my mom
06-25-2007, 09:21 AM
Thanks fellows! (I'm a bit slow this week)
I'm past 1000 now :rolleyes:
EM: Hmm, I never thought of that. PowerDigi corrected my problem, but if I can fix it by simply pressing the edge of the screen, or cleaning out dirt, I'd be in good shape :)
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