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Microsoft is catching heat for the lack of copy and paste on Windows Phone 7 Series. Is it a big deal to you?

Do you use copy/paste on your smartphone?
  • I use copy/paste quite frequently (1,071 votes)
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    30%
  • I occasionally use copy/paste (1,479 votes)
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    42%
  • I don't use copy/paste at all (612 votes)
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    17%
  • My smartphone doesn't even have copy/paste (372 votes)
  •  
    11%

  • 3,534 total votes


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RE: It's important
By Motley on 3/18/2010 9:33:10 PM , Rating: 1
I can say that I haven't. Everywhere I'd want/need to put an street address, it allows me to pull from my contacts. I don't browse the web THAT much on my phone either, maybe 15 minutes on the train in and 15 minutes on the train out of the city. Otherwise, I have a desktop to do such things.


RE: It's important
By adiposity on 3/19/2010 6:00:56 PM , Rating: 2
quote:
I can say that I haven't. Everywhere I'd want/need to put an street address, it allows me to pull from my contacts.


You have addresses in your contacts...well that's the first difference between our phone use...

At least my Droid, if I find an address in a webpage, will only require that I click on it to open google maps. If it didn't, I'd have to cut and paste. Can your phone take an address from a web page and open it in google maps? Just curious.

Btw, why kind of phone do you have?


RE: It's important
By adiposity on 3/19/2010 6:01:20 PM , Rating: 2
nm, I see that you have an iPhone


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