I just read an great article on Windows Phone 7 Tombstoning… and it got me thinking of an issue I noticed with texting, an undesired behavior, here’s the use case:
- Open Messaging
- New txt message or open an existing conversation
- Enter some text
- Leave the app
- Return to Messaging
- If I was in a conversation I’m not brought back to the conversation. And if I entered text but did not send it is lost….
- If it was a new conversation the new conversation is lost….
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If I’m listening to music on my WP7 with headphones and the volume is turned all the way up, which I do kinda regularly, and then I get an email, the DING is really really loud, so loud it causes me discomfort.
I think if the music is playing, emails dings and what-nawt should be turned down. I know the WP7 team only wants only one volume…
Try it yourself, find a a song you really like, put on some good headphones, turn the volume as loud as you can take it, listen for at least 30seconds, send yourself an email and listen for the loud and annoying email ding.
Or is it just me??
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A Co-workers reply
See how my reply is in the wrong conversation… and says no subject.
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