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How do I turn off the click sound

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The title speaks for its self really. I can't seem to find a way to turn off the click sound when accessing the start menu etc.

Also, has anyone found out how to set the default text input to phone pad? I've read the bit about registry editing but would like to know it works on the compact II.

Thanks

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The title speaks for its self really.  I can't seem to find a way to turn off the click sound when accessing the start menu etc.

Also, has anyone found out how to set the default text input to phone pad?  I've read the bit about registry editing but would like to know it works on the compact II.

Thanks

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Today > Settings > sounds > (sounds tab at bottom)

I usually uncheck Events, Screen taps and hardware buttons

For the keyboard in theory you should be able to select phone pad in input ...

Today > Settings > input ...

But, to be honest I found the registry hack much more reliable

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thanks for that. i do find the compact hangs alot. is it worth doing the hard then soft reset thing to fix this? what do i lose by not loading the extra things? what is the exact process?

i didn't have anything else running this morning and it hung starting tcpmp.

thanks.

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thanks for that. i do find the compact hangs alot. is it worth doing the hard then soft reset thing to fix this? what do i lose  by not loading the extra things? what is the exact process?

i didn't have anything else running this morning and it hung starting tcpmp.

thanks.

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I found skype caused loads of problems - just for being installed - not necesserily running

There is also a suggestion that after you have done an activesync you do a soft re-set.

You can see whats running and kill things off in Start > Settings > [system tab] > memory > Running programs

Don't worry about doing soft resets many times a day - it's "normal" - you just have to be wary if you've done something recently that involves a registry change because wm5 doesn't seem to save these settings immediately and you can loose them on a soft-reset

I don't think its any worse than any other pocket PC .... Microsoft products :roll: ... beleive me whatever MS says we all have EXACTLY the same problems with them

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