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Old 04-24-2009, 05:41 AM
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Default Help : Sansa Fuze possible to navigate inside pocket without taking out?

it doesn't have extra button like next prev which are able to use when the hold switch is enabled

is not like the D2, S9, touch2gen ,they have additional next/prev button, so I am still considering this fuze option

so my question, am I able to skip track with fuze inside my front jeans pocket easily? not mixing up functions like volume up or any possibility?


feedbacks welcomed... just this closed of buying it from amazon
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Old 04-24-2009, 06:07 AM
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It's definitely possible. I would say it's easy.

The main wheel...
turns (which adjusts the volume)
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clicks - down = Menu, up = Play/Pause, left = Previous Track (hold down to rewind), right = Next Track (hold down to fast forward)

If the player is in your pocket you just need to click the wheel left or right to change tracks. It's possible (again, I would say "easy") to accidently turn the wheel a little when you click the side, but it will not make much of a difference (the volume isn't hyper-sensitive) and is easy enough to correct.
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Old 04-24-2009, 07:00 AM
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It's definitely possible. I would say it's easy.

The main wheel...
turns (which adjusts the volume)
AND
clicks - down = Menu, up = Play/Pause, left = Previous Track (hold down to rewind), right = Next Track (hold down to fast forward)

If the player is in your pocket you just need to click the wheel left or right to change tracks. It's possible (again, I would say "easy") to accidently turn the wheel a little when you click the side, but it will not make much of a difference (the volume isn't hyper-sensitive) and is easy enough to correct.

sounds good...

is there a volume limiter like in ipod, so I wouldn't turn the wheel too much to blast my ears
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Old 04-25-2009, 09:26 AM
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The volume wheel isn't that sensitive.
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