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[WM6] Possible to have right softkey behave like WM5?

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bangbang023

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Blackjack with latest I3 leak of WM6.

In WM5, when I received a text message or missed a call, the right soft key would change into a one click access with text reading "message" or "missed" (or something like that). In WM6, the key remains as contacts all the time. Is there any way to revert the behavior back to the way it was in WM5?

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for mine it still does that when i get a new msg or missed call

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On the BJ2, the right soft-key remains with the label Contacts. I would sure like to find a fix/registry or otherwise for this. Made it a whole lot easier to get messages, text or voice.

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You can change what it says all the time, but not make it 'context sensitive' as it were...

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That's a great question. I noticed it's missing on my BJ2, and It was quite a useful feature.
It seems like it should be possible to make it "context sensitive". I wonder why not

You can change what it says all the time, but not make it 'context sensitive' as it were...

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That's a great question. I noticed it's missing on my BJ2, and It was quite a useful feature.
It seems like it should be possible to make it "context sensitive". I wonder why not


easy fix.... use a registry editor, go to HKCU\Microsoft\Home\Keys --- change DisableMRE to 0. reboot phone and it's fixed.
http://www.howardfor.../1355885-1.html

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