2 Problems with the screen:
1. TigTex, your offset is better than the last one, but it's still not perfect. The touch itself is a couple of pixels upper. That means when I press the down part of the screen, it doesn't react as if I have to press, for example the letter s, I have to click at least the middle of the button vertically, because if I press downwards, it will result the letter down.
2. It's not calibrated. Sometimes it gives different letters. Sometimes . I have a test to prove the calibration, and it failed. The test:
- open somewhere to type (for example "search"). Press repeatedly the "space bar" button on the keyboard, but repeatedly for a couple of seconds (up to minute you can try). If the screen is not calibrated other letter must appear. That's how I test it every time.
Yet again, TigTex, deadlink aaaaaaaaaaand all of you here who are supporting and testing, thank you I am just reporting, not trying to offence anyone