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HTC Peep - Is doing my head in.

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HTC Peep has started doing my head in. Sometimes when I want to open a link in a tweet I have to just gentle brush the screen with my finger. but on other occasions this doesn't work and it brings up the Peep menu and I end up repeatedly swiping the screen trying to open the link. On occasions I've had to fire up another Twitter app to get to the linked page. Is there a fool proof method for opening links ?

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Not familiar with the app, but I think I have a similar problem with clicking Opera links. The screen was too sensitive to my finger being in the general vicinity of the phone when I first got the phone, but a screen protector has helped immensely. I do still have times where the screen seems to ignore me, or it can't understand what is happening perhaps.

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I am finding the same issue and I am that close to use a different Twitter client! But can't find one that is as good as this HTC Peep!

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