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Old 09-26-2012, 04:47 PM   #1260
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Originally Posted by Splicer View Post
Hi,

I did the same, first put to sleep and then close the cover ..

The cover doesn't have a 'brand' on it, but it has a magnetic closing lid and has a logo that looks like a lasso on the front ..

-Hans
Since only Hans is having this problem and can reproduce it, but Steve and the.Mtn.Man do not experience the problem even though the pages do get turned with case closed and KT on (in Steve's case anyway)... Perhaps it's not the pocket touching the screen or being near the screen, but something to do with the magnets in the magnetic closing lid that Hans has?

Not that I would know how that would work, though. And unless the magnets are in the pocket, I don't really understand why cutting out the pocket would solve the problem...

Just a thought.
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