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FAQ for Blackberry Users:
Q: How can I be sure that my BlackBerry browser settings are optimized for the Washington Post mobile Web site?
Q: When I visit the Washington Post home page, it tells me that my settings aren't optimized. I have double-checked and they are correct. What can I do?
A: Double-check that you are using the BlackBerry browser. Using other browsers on your handset will result in this message.
Q: I'd like to navigate the Washington Post mobile Web site more efficiently. What do you recommend?
A: For faster browsing, try these tips:
- Use the Enter key to click through links vs. double-clicking the wheel.
- The space bar enables you to read through stories the fastest.
- Move sideways by holding down the Alt key -- this takes you from link to link faster than scrolling.
Q: Sometimes the Washington Post Blackberry one-click icon takes me to pages other than the Washington Post home page. What did I do wrong?
A: The one-click icon will reload the Washington Post page you were on most recently if you visited in the last four hours. To visit the home page, simply click the "Home" link.
Q: Why can't I download the Washington Post Blackberry one-click icon?
A: Some companies' IT groups do not allow the installing of downloadable applications to Blackberries used for business purposes.
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