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Haptic Feedback: From JustHome v11: Is this a WM6.5 Only thing?

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Xystance

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May 3, 2006
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Hey everyone,

I tried out the JustHome v11 (I ruv roo Ivanmmj!) and liked it, but I'm a bit rough on my phone and multitask / use heavily throughout the day, so I gave the JustStableV2Build5-Micro build a try. It's small memory footprint and blindingly fast speed on the Wing won me over.

However, the haptic feedback on the Windows Mobile 6.5 / JustHome v11 won me over too, but I encountered stability issues with Internet Explorer and with multitasking. I know it's an alpha build and I didn't expect it to be as good as it was (and yes, it was good), but not -quite- good enough for my own use yet.

I'd like to know if the haptic feedback is something that's juts a part of WM6.5, or if it's something that's easily installed / ported back to WM6.1, I'd -love- to have it with WM6.1.

Any clues? Thanks!
 

ivanmmj

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Jan 3, 2007
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It's on my juststable and JustStableV2, also. It's just a program that I started adding to my ROMs. Search the forum for touch responce to find it.
On the obligatory side: I have to point out that you should post questions like this under the ROM itself, as it keeps the forums cleaner by not adding non-ROM development threads in the development subforum.

But yea, just search for touch responce and you'll have your answer. ^_^ It might take a while to get the frequency just right, though. Too much or too little vibration and it gets old easily.
 

Xystance

Member
May 3, 2006
5
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Chicago
Aaaah, touch response, not haptic feedback.

It's on my juststable and JustStableV2, also. It's just a program that I started adding to my ROMs. Search the forum for touch responce to find it.
On the obligatory side: I have to point out that you should post questions like this under the ROM itself, as it keeps the forums cleaner by not adding non-ROM development threads in the development subforum.

But yea, just search for touch responce and you'll have your answer. ^_^ It might take a while to get the frequency just right, though. Too much or too little vibration and it gets old easily.

Aaaaaah, alright, sorry about that, I'll do that in the future.

I was searching the forum for "haptic feedback" and didn't come up with much.

Thanks Ivanmmj, as always!