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    For those that have browsed the web using the Treo 600; is it possible to select links on a page and "click" on them without using the stylus? This is a feature which would greatly add to the "one handed" approach being touted on the 600. I've seen T-Mobile Sidekicks with this ability and it makes browsing a lot easier. The less you have to use the stylus the better!
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    I would certainly hope so, since you can already do that with the jog dial on the Treo 300.
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    yes you can select links using the pad.

    According to the rep at the launching she also said u can select phone numbers from the webpages and dial them. Something that the current version of blazer can't do.
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    Originally posted by PFSCHAMPION
    According to the rep at the launching she also said u can select phone numbers from the webpages and dial them.
    I can confirm that.
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    yes when u scroll with the jog dial on the 300 and then push it in, it works....so this time it will be 5 way navigation...down to highlight the link and push the button to launch dial whatever your little heart desires
    Treo 300, Treo 600 - Sprint

    I dream in code and TCP/IP sequence numbers.
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    That's cool! But can you do a whole page down at a time instead of scrolling through the links?
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    Originally posted by stevecccc
    That's cool! But can you do a whole page down at a time instead of scrolling through the links?
    if it works like the 270, then the up/down buttons will do the page.
    Felipe
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    Life is what happens between Firmware releases.
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    Originally posted by stevecccc
    That's cool! But can you do a whole page down at a time instead of scrolling through the links?
    Yes, the way it works is you press down to go down a page and up to go up a page. If you press right it selects the first link on the page you are on and each succesive tap right goes to the next link down. Left goes back a link in the page and center "clicks" whatever link you are on. I am wondering if there is a way to go forward and back through the browser history with one hand.
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    Ok, thanks! That clears it up for me!

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