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getting "/" character in html forms...

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for some reason, the "/" character (press twice the 1 key) does not appear when using html forms... I need that to login to a page! any clues?

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Don't forget you can hold down # at any time to access the symbol input screen... This should let you do it!

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I'm a candy bar man, so the SLVR for me every time.

RAZR is OK, PEBL isn't nice at all, and very underspecced.

And i've seen/held them all...

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I've got a lot of respect for Moto nowadays, they really seemed to have turned things around...

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Ooh yeah, I do like the look of the SLVR, but then i'm a candy bar form factor man personally.

The RAZR and SLVR are good, PEBL = nasty low spec.

As 'feature phones' go, Moto really have done well for themselves.

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Paul - you on a sponsorship deal or something?? :D

Oh, and I just can't sort this "quote" thingy out properly......

I wish :)

Oh, and THAT's how you quote :P

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God, yes, iTap is awful!

That's why I pray for a SLVR or RAZR with Windows Mobile :)

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Having used a Q, it is quite sexy tho :)

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RAZR Z, have to look that up, not seen that one!

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I didn't really like the PEBL, and the spec in particular lets it down IMHO...

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I have a PEBL which is more robust than the V3 from which I upgraded. I prefer a clam shell, having had bad experiences with candy bars and speed dials when the auto keylock failed (nasty IDD call charges for lengthy intervals) :)

I'm intrigued by the Samsung i730 in the US - a full featured smart phone by all accounts. Looks like the closest fusion of a PDA and mobile yet, without being the size of an house brick. Don't care for any of the Treo evolutions, still like clapping a calculator to one's ear! :D

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