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Keypress Vibrate Tweak

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Good day to everyone.

I'm quite new with WM PPCs and after searching the forum, I still cannot locate a specific registry tweak that will make touchscreen keypresses vibrate. I do not mean the default lengthduration of vibrate like when receiving a call, a short vibrate just to let the user know that he actually pressed a virtual key in the touchscreen.

I've learned that several *.cab files can do it, (mostly in the touchscreen phone dialer/phone pad) but I'm wondering if this can be accomplished by tweaking/editing the registry.

I appreciate if you can point me the rigght direction.

TIA.

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i think you may need to install an application

i installed TouchRespone on my X1 & it works fine

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i think you may need to install an application

i installed TouchRespone on my X1 & it works fine

The app you linked was exactly what Im looking for!

Thank you so much!

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no probs :(

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