- CrackBerry Abuser
- 261 Posts
Address Field Bug in Contacts
Another gem from RIM's testing department.
When adding an address in the Contacts App, if the characters in the Address Field1 or the Address Field2 are more than one line, the 2nd line characters are not visible.
To elaborate further, if I am entering the first part of someone's street address into "Address 1", I can't see what I am typing once I fill the box on screen!
I was on .448 before where this bug didn't exist. I just moved to .723, when I came across this excellent innovation from RIM's engineers. It's annoying the out of me.
I need to enter detailed landmarks in my addresses as I do a lot of on-the-field job.
Some crackberry members have confirmed the existence of this bug in .666 and .668 (Thanks 'Batter Pudding' and 'makaveli86'). I don't wanna rollback to the fossilized .448.
Can other OS users please confirm if this bug exists in their builds too.
- 07-15-2012, 09:05 PM #3
Same for .722. Not all that surprising, I suppose, since it's built on the same platform as .666
Upon saving, it does display properly (when I pull up the contact.) Pasting from MemoPad is a workaround until (if) this issue is fixed.
- 07-16-2012, 12:46 PM #7
Anyways, back on topic, I see at least five .CODs with "addressbook" in their name. Maybe someone could figure out which one(s) need to be fixed and upload them. This type of a solution worked very well with the homescreen options bug.
- 07-19-2012, 10:27 AM #9
All the text is there, just out of sight in one line. So a bit of work with the DELETE key and SHIFT+SELECT to highlight text I don't want.
If I get a multi-line address, I'll paste the same text in each line, and then just go back and delete the bits I don't want until I get the correct result.
Or just wait until I sync with Outlook and do it on a big screen. I can't be bothered to mess with cods for something like this. (Maybe I am just lazy )
- CrackBerry User
03-31-2013, 06:03 PM #10
- 30 Posts
and the says App Error and Freezes!
If someone could specify which of these 5 address cods is the culprit causing the OS to hang on 1st boot.