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    hi
    On my friend's sprint 6700 I saw that the browser doesn't configure web pages to the screen.....lots of horizontal scrolling etc.... it SUCKS..
    Do all W5 systems do that?
    Is there a way to fix it.
    I was thinking of jumping to the Nokia E61..... but not if that's the case.
    Any insight'd be appreciated.
    Thanks
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    Your friend sucks.



    Surur
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    Rock, here's some plain-spoken insight: First: It has to do with the site and then the respective browsers more than the device and the OS. Some sites are mobile-device friendly and are "down-sized" automatically. To compare, visit the same sites on different devices. From my experience, vertical scrolling is common; horizontal is not. Frames are especially annoying on our toys -or tools, for the more serious. If you find you need to visit a non-friendly site regularly (I do), you'll want to consider getting a device such as my MDA which has the inverted-T scrolling keys like on your real computer, and/or a good directional pad. Second: the E61 runs Symbian, not WM5 anyway. Good luck and take your time deciding.
    You may be right; I may be crazy. But, the Treo may be just the device I've been looking for.
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    I don't have a problem with horizontal scrolling. Sounds like your friend has IE setup poorly. There are 3 modes for PIE. One column, default and desktop. I like default. Much better browsing experience on this than my Treo 650. As mention earlier Nokia uses Symbian. COMPLETELY different OS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surur
    Your friend sucks.

    Surur



    Very nicely stated.


  6. #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by surur
    Your friend sucks.



    Surur
    Sometimes it is hard to know what Surur's opinion really is.
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    I love the one liner comments
    Technological superiority has never won a product battle. If that were the case we would all be flying in supersonic Concordes and using Apple computers.

    The key to winning the battle is a combination of price, convenience, marketing, sound business model and a bit of luck.
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    Short, to the point, and supported by the picture (worth ~1,000 words) showing just how ignorant the OP's (sucky) friend really is.

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