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by Adam Marks
May 06, 2013
When the physical button on the original Palm Pre was replaced with a virtual capacitive button on the Pre Plus, there was more than just a change to the physical appearance of webOS phones. While...
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by Adam Marks
Sep 21, 2011
This tip is only for devices running webOS 2.0 and higher If you want to open up the App Launcher when you are already in an app, the standard way to do that is to swipe up or press the home...
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by Dieter Bohn
May 01, 2011
Sure, webOS 3.0 may be doing away with the gesture area and sure, we are still preemptively mourning its loss - but that doesn't mean that everybody's favorite touch-sensitive zone beneath the...
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by Adam Marks
Nov 05, 2010
As we are now approaching almost 100 published tips, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of our past tips for any new PreCentral readers or just as a good reminder for our veteran...
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by Adam Marks
Oct 05, 2010
While rearranging your launcher icons to put your most often used icons on the Quick Launch Bar is a great way to ensure that you are only a swipe up away from accessing those apps, there is...
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by Adam Marks
Sep 22, 2010
Pressing the center button/LCD or swiping up from the Gesture Area will bring you to Card View, where you are able to perform a variety of actions to access data on your phone or manage your open...
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by Adam Marks
Sep 01, 2010
As we continue our review of the Facebook Beta App, we are going to quickly walk-thru each of the 7 main sections of the app and give a brief overview of what is included there (if you still do...
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by Adam Marks
Aug 27, 2010
Two things that differentiate the hardware of webOS devices and that of all other mobile phones are the presence of both a physical keyboard and the Gesture Area. While the Gesture Area can be used...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 10, 2010
If you aren’t tapping a button on the screen, and you aren’t depressing a physical button on the keyboard, chances are you’re doing something in the gesture area on webOS devices. For the last...