iPhone Can this be disabled in ios 7?

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by aphexacid, Sep 21, 2013.

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    aphexacid

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    In ios7 now, when someone sends you a text message when the words "tomorrow, tonight" etc, it immediately turns it into a link, and if you click it, will kick the calendar in to schedule something.

    Very annoying. But i can't find anything that tells me how to disable.

    Help?
     
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    Gav2k

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    No it can't and yes I agree it's bloody annoying
     
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    navodwickra

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    this doesn't happen on my iPhone 5. Didn't see this in betas either.
     
  4. aphexacid, Sep 21, 2013
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    aphexacid

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    Well its definitely happening. I'm on the standard ios 7 that was released a couple days ago.

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    I can confirm it occurs on my iPhone 5.
     
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    iapplelove

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    It occurs in notes too
     
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    maflynn

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    Correct me if I'm wrong but I recall this occurring in iOS6 as well and yes its annoying
     
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    aphexacid

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    Significantly less annoying, but still...
     
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    This is just a suggestion but.... Have you tried not 'clicking' on it?
     
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    Gav2k

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    If you want to copy a text it causes issues
     
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    marksman

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    Yeah seems like a good link to set up events. Why would one be randomly touching words in messages that this would be a problem?
     
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    aphexacid

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    Brilliant idea, however yes, it can cause problems under certain circumstances. Generally should just be something you can disable.
     
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    why would you need to click it again after the first time? If its annoying then dont click it.
     
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    kappaknight

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    Would the "certain circumstances" be fat thumbs? :eek:
     

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