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    I was just wondering if there was(or if someone could be so kind to make) a patch for the virtual keyboard to make it vibrate when you touch the keys? I have the Haptic Feedback Manager but still no success... Anyway just thought i'd ask.
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    Using webos quickinstall you can check the box to turn on the haptic feedback
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    You can configure the virtual keyboard as described in the following page:

    Virtual Keyboard Configuration - WebOS Internals

    Hope this helps... plee3
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    all you need to do is go into usb mode and open vk folder then open the( kbconfig )(not sure if this is correct name ,im on here with my pre but its close I'm sure) file with note pad and right after where it says haptic put a 5 in front of the 0 and save file as . Then reboot phone and your done.
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    *Facepalm*


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abyssul View Post
    *Facepalm*
    Is that similar to footmouth
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