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    BB browser on the 9700

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    I upgraded from a curve so I feel like the bb browser is much improved. I just have a quick question, whenever I go to a website it shows the whole webpage, I have to zoom in to read the portion that I wanted to see. Then I need to move the cursor back and forth to see other parts on the same page. Is there a way to display the whole page in one column, so I only need to scroll up and down instead of moving around on the entire webpage?

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    When viewing a web page just click the menu key and select "column view".

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendrick87 View Post
    When viewing a web page just click the menu key and select "column view".
    You can also set the column view as the default view mode in the browser (from within the browser, go to options>general properties and select column view under default view)

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    That's what I do Coulmn view works best on small screens.

    Quote Originally Posted by paulcussen View Post
    You can also set the column view as the default view mode in the browser (from within the browser, go to options>general properties and select column view under default view)

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    Column View is the way to go

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    It still suck in my opinion, but RIM is working on a better browser.

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    The past couple of days, the browser has been very slow or not working at all. I guess I'll have to take a stroll down to the T-mobile store to see what's going on.

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    My personal experience reveals that nothing beats the latest version of Opera Mini.

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    I like leaving it the Default View as 'Page', and then if I can't read the text well enough on a webpage, pressing 'Z' will change the view to column.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile99 View Post
    My personal experience reveals that nothing beats the latest version of Opera Mini.
    I'm not a big fan of not having a choice of which browser to use. OM 5.0 doesn't feature that option like 4.2 does. I used it for a day and then took it off...
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