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Old 01-08-2013, 11:10 AM   #27
Andy_T
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Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Hannover, Germany
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Brian, can you turn it off by enabling the parental controls (that was the original suggested remedy) or is there now a separate way to turn it off?

What did I not like about the user interface?

On my Kindle Fire, when I touch the right side of the screen, it advances a page. When I touch the left side of the screen, it goes back a page. When I touch somewhere in the middle, it brings up the menu to allow me to do other things, like go to the home screen or change screen brightness.

With the paperwhite, I found that I had only a small area at the top of the screen where I could touch to bring up the menu. When I touch in the middle, it would either advance a page or go back a page (depending whether I had hit right-middle or left-middle). Drove me nuts. Of course, that might very well be my very personal problem because I had been specifically using the Kindle Fire for about a year and gotten used to it.

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