[NTLK] Jaggies on my Newton :(

From: Russell,Allen (Allen.Russell_at_boc.com)
Date: Wed Nov 24 2004 - 07:07:23 PST

Eagan, I really believe the jaggies are caused by shrinking and warping of
the plastic case The squeezing of the corner makes me believe it more. (I
know others here will however disagree). The case pressing on the screen
makes it think the stylus is pressing two places at once, and it gets
confused. A cure is to shave off the plastic so it doesn't push on the

>From: "J. Eagan Rackley" <jrackley_at_electronicbingo.com>
>Subject: [NTLK] Jaggies on my Newton :(
>My Newton has an awful case of jaggies. I can get around it, by
>squeezing the case to the left of the clip where the screen closes.
>However, I've opened up my newton, cleaned the connector for the
>digitizer, and cleaned underneath the screen. Nothing I do seems to have
>a result. If I take the back off of the newton, I can ONLY squeeze the
>case and not the part where the motherboard is connected to get it to work.
>I'm baffeled. Developing is such a pain like this, I could really use
>some advice. I looked over the archive, but I don't seem to see much on
>this particular version of the jaggies.
>-Eagan Rackley
>Author of Newtendo :P

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