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I used to keep the orientation locked because I would hold my iPhone while reading and I would accidentally shift from portrait to landscape mode, thus stopping the reading. I since found it easier to listen through a Bluetooth headset and leave the iPhone sitting on a table.
Also I find the control center much easier to get to than years ago, so if I need to lock the orientation, its not a big deal.😎
Just my thoughts,
Btw I typed this with my iPhone in landscape mode using my thumbs, which I find the fastest way of typing with flicktype.👍
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On Oct 20, 2018, at 3:27 AM, Rob Whyte <fudge@...
you can type with your thumbs then and it is
JAWS certified 2018
On 20/10/18 20:46, Jean-Philippe Rykiel
never used landscape mode. Maybe I should try it, but I don't see
this as a necessity.
Le 20/10/2018 à 05:55, Sieghard Weitzel a écrit :
I would love it, I hate to have my
orientation unlocked so unlike Chuck I simply won't use
Flicktype in landscape mode even if I'd maybe like to do so at
I know what is suggested can definitely be done because the Ring
Video Doorbell app, for example, also switches to landscape mode
when I enable Lifeview or if somebody rings the doorbell and I
tap on the notification to answer the ring.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Jennie Facer via
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2018 5:47 PM
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Switching FlickType between portrait
and landscape when "Lock rotation"is switched on
This feature thd not be any use to me.
Jenn and Kumi
On Oct 19, 2018, at 12:52 PM, FlickType
Thanks for the suggestion. This is not normally possible, so
we would need to implement some kind of workaround. Let's ask
the group if they'd also find this feature useful since it
will take some work.
Do others in the group feel like this would be useful for you