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    When watching a video without the scrubber at the bottom (or with it should work) do a swipe right or up to advance 30 seconds OR a swipe left or down to reverse 30 seconds. The swipes are ON the screen itself not the gesture area.

    Works really well. I had no clue about this and it comes in handy with video podcasts.
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    Holy crap... I am sure that someone is going to come on here and say, "I've know that since launch" and then flame... but goodness knows that I have been trying to find a better way than just dragging the stupid curser along the bottom.

    And as a side note, you are my 100 thanked person... special huh? lol
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    THANK YOU for the Post I was not aware of this and am very grateful that users like you are kind enough to post this,

    Now if Sprint/ Palm could FIX THE DANG Streaming Video issue I could actually use this feature.

    I mean it is hit or miss on you tube, when I first got the phone I never had error streaming video message on you tube, now for some odd reason two weeks ago I get this error Streaming message often on You tube.

    It didn't happen after the 1.1 update so I can't identify whats causing this all of the sudden.

    Ok Rant finished!
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    I had no idea about this! Thanks man!!!!!!!
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    Sweet! This is great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mobilehavoc View Post
    When watching a video without the scrubber at the bottom (or with it should work) do a swipe right or up to advance 30 seconds OR a swipe left or down to reverse 30 seconds. The swipes are ON the screen itself not the gesture area.

    Works really well. I had no clue about this and it comes in handy with video podcasts.
    This is a great tip. I will add it to the next version of the Palm Pre Tips and Tricks!

    - Craig
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    Nice!
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    Oh is that what it was doing? How can I disable this? I'd like to be able to touch the screen to wipe off dirt or smudges without the video freaking out.
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    Good tip, I did not know it could do this.
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    Do a search, man, this has been known since 1971!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wynand32 View Post
    Do a search, man, this has been known since 1971!
    Now that's good stuff!

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