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  1.    #1  
    Am I missing something? After reading an email the only way I see to go back to inbox is to swipe away the open email card, reopen the email app and tap on the inbox-which goes to the top of the inbox. I don't always want to read email by email using the previous and next arrows. Anybody have a better suggestion?
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    swipe back?

    In the gesture area, swipe right to left, starting at about the midpoint, above the button.
    Last edited by oddlou; 09/25/2009 at 05:50 PM.
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    That was my first thought. But swipe back, meaning swiping across the e-track ball from right the left simply moves to the next open card (app) on the desktop not within email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by awertin View Post
    That was my first thought. But swipe back, meaning swiping across the e-track ball from right the left simply moves to the next open card (app) on the desktop not within email.
    Not if you do only half of a swipe. Start at the ball, go right to left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddlou View Post
    Not if you do only half of a swipe. Start at the ball, go right to left.
    or start on the right side and go to the ball....that's what I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRH View Post
    or start on the right side and go to the ball....that's what I do.
    also, that should only be an issue if 'advanced gestures' are enabled, and I thought they were disabled by default?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pomokey View Post
    also, that should only be an issue if 'advanced gestures' are enabled, and I thought they were disabled by default?
    I'm pretty sure you're right...and someone who doesn't know how to do a back gesture probably can't figure out how to turn them on.
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    the back gesture. like who doesnt know the back gesture? really?
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    Thanks a bunch. That feature must have been described in the (missing) manual.
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    The (missing) manual is substituted with the cloud-based dynamically updated Help card.
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    wow. Actually, that feature was the ONE thing that the on-phone demo made you practice before you got all set up.
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    If you don't have advanced gestures enabled, a full swipe results in back swipe. If you do have advanced gestures enabled, a full swipe is recognized differently than a back (half) swipe.

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