I have looked all over, and done a few searches already, but that don't mean I'm not blind.
How do you/Can you calibrate the screen touch points on the DX? I seem to have to aim slightly lower left of every thing I want to hit. Sadly it seems to be getting worse or well, I'm blinder than I thought.
First of all I searched and couldn't find anything on this. Is anyone else having an issue with the screen not being very accurate? The on screen keyboard seems fine for me, but choosing something such as a link in the web browser is a little off on my phone.
An example would be opening www.wsmv.com (my local news), then trying to click on news on the left hand side...instead of news, it will choose what is below it (in this case weather). I thought it was my fat fingers, but others who have tried my phone experience the same issue. I was just wondering if it was just me? Any way to calibrate the screen?
I don't know if this is possible on the X, but how do I calibrate the touch screen? I've noticed two things that are beginning to drive me crazy. The first is that it is so sensitive at times, if I pass my finger over a button without actually touching the screen, it thinks I pressed it and executes the function. Second, I noticed that the spot I touch actually is off a bit so when I try to hit a link from a list (such as a thread here) it will pick the one above it.
Just a quick question about the Captivate. I just got myself an HTC Aria and I love how easy it is to use the touch screen on it. Its extremely responsive. Now my sister has the SamSung Instinct on Sprint and the touch screen is horrible compared to HTCs touch on the Aria. Im thinking about taking the HTC back to AT&T and getting the Samsung Captivate. I am just worried about the touch screen on it and if it will be like the Instincts? If the touch is as good as HTCs Ill get it. If its not, then Ill stick with the Aria because despite its size, its an extremely fun and responsive phone. Any thoughts?
Is there such a thing for the HTC desire? also, is there a app that lets you see how many multi touch points the htc desire has? i saw some youtube vids where that have this app and they put as many fingers as they can on the screen and scribble around.
I am having a problem with the touch screen in that whenever the screen is touched, it causes significant slowdown because of the large number of callbacks that are being made. I have read in this group about throttling the UI thread, but this does not seem a good solution and i can't believe there isn't a better approach?
It would end up looking something like the PSP. You would think that this would be an incredible feature for gamers and any platform that was serious about gaming. Then we wouldn't have to use touchscreen controls, barely passable d-pads, or optical trackballs?
I want to get the display as dark as possible but I also want the display to remain touch sensitive.So I can't turn the display off, otherwise it wouldn't react to touch anymore. And I use WindowManager. LayoutParams. screenBrightness to get the screen as dark as possible. And I put a layer colored black over the entire display.That works, but at night one sees that the screen is still quite strongly illuminated.Does anybody have an idea of how to get the screen even darker?
I am working on a game that displays its graphics through a modified SurfaceView.The game scrolls around a map based on the location of the main character.That all works fine.I am trying to add a feature to the game that allows you to touch the screen and drag the camera around to see other parts of the map.This is where I am running into trouble.The game's SurfaceView overrides 'public boolean onTouchEvent (MotionEvent event)'to call another method in the game's thread which handles the events.Sometimes, this works fine (although the frame rate drops significantly while the screen is touched).Other times, there will be a delay of several seconds before the game responds to a touch event, during which time the game continues, but the user loses all control.During these delays, a message sometimes appears stating that my activity is not responding, and giving the options to 'Force close' or 'Wait'.If the user selects 'Wait', the game almost always resumes right away, but these delays are obviously not acceptable.The delays occur only the first time the screen is touched after the game is started.Once the game has resumed after a delay, the touch events work just fine again.
I bought a new droid for $20 haha lucky i think until i notice that the touch screen only works for the middle of the screen to the left so if yu cut the screen into thirds only the middle and left work assuming that yu cut it from top to bottom with the lights at the bottom for the home button etc. I opened it up cleaned all the flex cable with alcohol and waited for it to dry and it still does the same thing so my question is = do i need a new digitizer or is it a software problem or something that i dont even know?
I want to add some views in each row of list view. When I add text view and image view in getView() of ArrayAdapter,it works. But after I add other kind of views (like Check Box and Image Button...), I can't select the list row touching down screen directly, I only can select by key down, up and ok.
I have a large image on the screen and I want to display a small image on that image where I touch the screen. but I do not know how to change the position of the image when I touch on the screen and the small image must display where ever I touch on screen.