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Old 09-09-2012, 10:25 AM   #11
graycyn
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Originally Posted by fjtorres View Post
I've found IR touchscreens to be way finickier than capacitance.
And I do prefer physical page turn buttons to touch.
If stuck with touch, switch to tap-to-page instead of the swipe thumb-busting setting. Less chance of RSI.
I disagree, I have had an RSI injury, I find swiping MUCH easier, less vibration than tapping. Tapping starts to make my arm hurt in a hurry, while I can swipe turn happily all day. I swipe with a finger, not my thumb.

When I read one-handed, I use the physical buttons on my Sony, which are placed very conveniently.
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