Safari Tip

o JRoD o

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Jul 11, 2007
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I'm sure plenty of you know, but I couldn't locate a post on this tip yet.

Scrolling on the iPhone can be a fun but annoying expierience. A nice alternative to having to scroll back to the top of a page is to press and hold your finger on the top left corner. Press and hold your finger right on, or near the signal strength bar. This allows you to jump right to the top of the page.

If this has been mentioned before, I apologize. If not, then consider this just another benefit to browsing on your Jesus phone.
 

o JRoD o

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Jul 11, 2007
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Wisconsin
Well alright. Just found my tip in the sticky located on the top of this forum. My fault. Carry on! :)
 

hotsauce

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Sep 7, 2005
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What I really want to do is scroll to the very bottom really fast instead of swiping ten times just to get to the site index.
 

pyn

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Jun 5, 2005
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I'm sure plenty of you know, but I couldn't locate a post on this tip yet.

Scrolling on the iPhone can be a fun but annoying expierience. A nice alternative to having to scroll back to the top of a page is to press and hold your finger on the top left corner. Press and hold your finger right on, or near the signal strength bar. This allows you to jump right to the top of the page.

If this has been mentioned before, I apologize. If not, then consider this just another benefit to browsing on your Jesus phone.


actually you just have to tap any part of the grey bar at the top to return to the top of the page.