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21. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 22:27 BST
I use my fingers on the touchscreens all the time and I never use screen protectors. I just clean the screen regularly.
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22. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 22:30 BST
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23. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 22:30 BST
Only to tap it. Never to swipe or draw anything on the touchscreen. Like to make a selection on the home screen of the 3ds I use my thumb. But stuff like TWEWY or games that require to swipe never.
Same here. And no worries about that even without constantly cleaning it or any screen protection yet. But i guess before i'll start playing Steel Diver i'll get on that screen protector no matter how many bubbles it'll have under it this time.
Edit: Look at 26. and 27. for further details.
Edited on Wed 4th May, 2011 @ 14:36 by LordofThewinDs
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24. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 22:43 BST
The mention of pokemon reminded me of something. Sometimes I turn over my hand and use my fingernail to touch the screen in games like pokemon. Pretty convenient and doesn't leave fingerprints.
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25. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 22:49 BST
Sometimes I turn over my hand and use my fingernail to touch the screen in games like pokemon. Pretty convenient and doesn't leave fingerprints.
Edited on Tue 3rd May, 2011 @ 22:50 by SonicMaster
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26. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 05:30 BST
I'll touch it and touch it and touch it some more. The only time the stylus gets whipped out is if it's something that needs decent accuracy, or if the game is played with the touch screen.
Edited on Wed 4th May, 2011 @ 05:30 by willobee
27. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 05:59 BST
For me it depends on the game if its a game like Pokemon White I may use my finger to tap the commands, but when it comes to drawing the seals in Dawn of Sorrows I have to use the stylus cause my fingers are too big and I always get the seal wrong. Most of the time though I use the stylus cause I cant stand my screen getting smudges and fingerprints on it. Heck I even use a DS stylus when I use my smartphone lol.
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28. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 17:17 BST
Nope, that screen ain't made for touching with fingers. Or at least mine isn't x3
This. Not a capacitive touch screen, so no fingers, only stylus. Even though it takes forever to pull it out on the 3DS...
29. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 17:21 BST
Oh, to use the Feeling Check in Pokemon Black/White you have to use your fingers. I was enraged because of this and because using the feeling check is more stereotypically girly than making poffins!
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30. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 17:53 BST
Pokemon definitely involves a lot of touching. Just the pads of my fingers, not the nails though. I can wipe off smudges but not scratches. I also have a screen protector, so no biggie. I use the stylus for any swiping/accuracy needing controls.
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