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Old 10-17-2008, 02:39 PM   #1
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Default Any shorcut key to change priority on task list

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I have just bought a Bold to replace my old Treo 650. The one thing that I really liked on the Treo was the task list. I find I use it all the time, but on the bold I need to edit a task, navigate to the priority, press the track ball, select the new priority then save etc. and navigate back to the list.

This is something I do all the time. Is there a shortcut on the list task view that puts the priority up or down? Could I assign the volume up down buttons to do this while in the task list?

On the Treo I just selected a new priority from a drop down list directly on the task list. I know this seems like a totally minor thing, but it could be a show stopper for me. I'd hate to take back the Bold and buy a Treo Pro but the task list is a critical app for me.

Thanks in advance.
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