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Default Dolphin Browser update caused a problem

Recently updated Dolphin and notice I can no longer slide my screen to the right to access my bookmarks. Set up a gesture but prefer the old easy method.

Anyone else have this and is there a fix in settings?
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They edited the code. Try sliding all the way from the side. The very edge

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Yeah, I updated to their 7.31 beta for about a day and went back to 7.3.

They only added two changes at all, and only the irritating adjustment to slide sensitivity was a functional change. The other was just preloaded links (ads, really) to several of their plug-ins, three of the four being cosmetic or unfunctional bloat in my opinion.

I don't think you lose a thing buy rolling back to the previous version.
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Thanks for the replies guys, how do I roll back to the previous version.

I was able to slide it last night by pressing at the extreme left edge but still had to try a few times to do it. Using a gesture is two strokes and just as fast as messing with something that used to be quick and easy.
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Thanks for the replies guys, how do I roll back to the previous version.

I was able to slide it last night by pressing at the extreme left edge but still had to try a few times to do it. Using a gesture is two strokes and just as fast as messing with something that used to be quick and easy.
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Yeah, in the bigger picture, if you do not use Titanium Backup, go install that immediately. I use it on a daily basis. It will save your apps and data to make any past versions restorable.

But as for right now, you can download some older versions of Dolphin on their company website.
 
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Yes I should really install Titanium

Actually now that I know where to slide from it is working fine.
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