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I also suffer because of this "feature" as it is against the way a PC computer works, and even against the way 9300i works ! I would gladly get rid of it, if possible. Maybe Nokia thinks the users of E90 need help with upper case / lower case... Or it is just a left-over from S60 which Nokia didn't bother to correct. It is true this feature is very good when texting on phone keypad, but on a QWERTY keyboard is eating more time and patience than saving.
Message Edited by vmoisa on 14-Aug-200706:49 PM
2110i, 6150, 6210, 6310i, 6670, 9300, 9300i, E90, E72, HTC Touch Pro2, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S II
I agree, this is again a stupid feature developped by a stupid guy who will never use it !
The fact that it forces an uppercase at the begin of a phrase can be acceptable, but the fact that pressing the [SHIFT] key to force the uppercase (standard way of working on ANY keyboeard) giving a lowercase is totally incomprehensible !
Again, this confirm me that Nokia did NOT test correctly, with end users, the E90 !
Funny, that this uppercase-bug (yes, I call it a bug) doesn't appear, when pressing a number or comma in a new line or new sentence. (That makes it even more irritating)
Another funny thing: If you clear an undercase letter at the beginning of a new sentence with [Shift + Delete (deletes from left to right)] and then try to correct it to an uppercase letter, this won't work. Neither by pressing [Shift + letter] nor by pressing [justletter].
It shouldn't be to difficult for Nokia developers to fix this with the next firmware update. - If Nokia sticks to the new OS for the Communicator, somebody has to take care of this problem sooner or later.
Text editing is an essential feature. - Nokia should concentrate on essential stuff before developing fancy stuff like SportsTracker.