Re: [NTLK] 2x00 Jaggies and Cover?

From: Mark Ross <>
Date: Thu Apr 19 2007 - 11:01:49 EDT

If you put pressure on the case repeatedly and deform it so that it
touches the digitizer, this will cause misread touches, although this
is different from the usual definition of "jaggies". The best
solution to a malformed case is to remove the top and either bend it
back square or shave off a piece in the offending portion.


On Apr 17, 2007, at 6:21 PM, Puckdropper wrote:

> I'm wondering if there's a correlation between cases
> of jaggies and people using the covers on their 2x00s.
> A couple weeks ago, I cleaned my 2100 where the
> digitizer meets the casing, and I've got the jaggies
> again.
> Looking at the cover, I'm wondering if it might be the
> cause of the jaggies. Forces would tend to get
> transfered to the outside, putting pressures on the
> digitizer. Right now, I've got the cover off and I'll
> try it again in a few hours to see if some of the
> pressures have relieved and the jaggies have lessened.
> Has anyone noted something similar?
> Puckdropper

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