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  1.    #1  
    Does anyone know of a way to make the Treo 600 phone appliction default to your favorits instead of the dial pad?

    The favorites screen has all the functionality I need and may be superior in some ways to a lot of the launcher programs.

    From the favorites I can easily launch up to 10 (50 if you include other pages) applications without having to hold buttons down or try to remember which key does what.

    Last edited by TechDude; 01/10/2004 at 01:13 PM.
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    Am I really alone on this one? Does noone else want the favorites to show up when you open the phone application?

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    I guess since you can just have the fav's set in button settings and just hit "up" or whatever you want it does not seem to be of a concern to anyone.
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    TechDude . . . . I wondered about that too . . I liked the way my Treo 270 had favourites first . . . I was thinking they changed it becuase the Treo600 is not a flip phone so your Favourites would be constantly dialling in your pocket . . .not everyone remembers to set Keyguard or use a security app like 'onlyme' (which I recommend). But you are right that we should at least have the option so we can use keyguard or security app and go straight to Favourites if we want . . . . . the DialPad is kinda bland . . I liked the Favourites too . . . . . but in some ways its nice to have a change . . even a forced one!
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    I have been trying to figure this out myself. Hoping someone has an answer.
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    I don't have my manual here, but can't you assign "any app" to any of the four "main" buttons? With two settings each: normal plus silver-shifted.
  7.    #7  
    Unfortunately, Favorites is not an application in itself, but a screen within the phone application.


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