1. howied35's Avatar
    I do not know if anyone has noticed this, and if it has been discussed please disregard... if outside with the storm and the weather is humid, does it make anyone else's screen nonreceptive? It did not feel wet at all, but there was some humidity today because of possible rain, but I was golfing and my storm was stowed away safely in the cart to avoid any type of splash under a golf towel... I went to check it for yardage and the screen was not very responsive at all, but once the round was over and I was in the car with the AC on the screen worked just fine. Just wondered if this happened to anyone else or if I'm just crazy!?
    05-28-09 09:14 PM
  2. Transfigured's Avatar
    Someone beat u 2 topic 2day:
    moisture/touchscreen Join thread!
    05-28-09 09:41 PM
  3. Richard Munch's Avatar
    It is possible that the humidity caused this but I live in a very humid part of NY and never experienced this, but back to the point, it does sound like the humidity caused it because your A/C basicly counter acted the humidity thus it started working again.
    05-28-09 11:11 PM