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Registered: ‎12-08-2009
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Up and Down Arrow Functionality

Some of you may already know this (I have not seen a thread on it)...when you are viewing a list (such as "my library") tapping the up and down arrows moves you up and down the list of course.  But also, if you hold the arrow down for a second, you jump to the bottom (or top) of the list. 


Sadly, this does not work on the dictionary word look up arrows.  Wish it did!

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Registered: ‎02-25-2010
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Re: Up and Down Arrow Functionality

Thanks, didn't know you could hold down the buttons :smileyvery-happy:

N1E - HD+ soon ?
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