EskeRahn 5,042 Posted January 31, 2020 Share Posted January 31, 2020 1 hour ago, shani said: ...I'm completely baffled... I'm baffled too. In your reference to older keyboard phones you clearly have never used one of the many many Nokias with the same mechanism principle, or you would know that a tilted slider is opened differently than a straight slider. AND that many people had issues with those the first few times too. YES it is not intuitive to open, and YES f(x)tec could have done a more clear job telling that to people. But that you haven't mastered to open it yet does not make it a "design flaw". With that attitude a bike is a "design flaw" having only two wheels, and thus not easy and intuitive to ride from day one.... And just as with a bike, a technique hard to explain in words, but once the body masters it, one can not imagine how it ever felt complicated, and will find out that a bike is an ingenious invention. Just as a tilted slider is so much smarter than a straight one. Those of us that are so old that we used the Nokias from a good decade back have the muscle memory already, and just opens the Pro1 super easy with a slight push. New users -unfortunately- have to learn the technique first. Roughly said, if you feel you need to use force, for the fem millimetres movement, it is a sign you are doing it wrong. it is NOT a push parallel to the keyboard that is needed. 2 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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