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Figure 8 3. Illustration of the Browser Configuration page
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This is the feature you need to turn to, in order to set up properties regarding display and quality. Using this option makes it possible for you to ascertain properties such as Font Family, Font Size, and Font Style (Plain, Bold, or Extra Bold). You could set your Default View to either Page (the original page layout with images, and so on) or Column (a listing of the contents of the page without maintaining the original web page design, which is faster to download); the image quality to Low (which is faster to download but of lesser quality), Medium, or High (which is slower to download but better in quality); along with Repeat Animations.
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Also, decide when and where you would like Prompts by checking the box next to the option (see Figure 8 4).
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Figure 8 4. Illustration of the General Properties page
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Cache is a type of high speed memory. In the case of internet accessing, the Cache stores limited browsing memory and history so as to improve speed and reduce downloading time of the same pages over and over again. (In other words, when you access the same page over and over again, the browser displays the local copy instead of requesting the original over the Internet.) While deleting Cache memory is a wise choice when one is accessing the Internet through public computers, this isn t necessary if the system is used by one person or a core group. Now, in your BlackBerry too, the Cache Operations primarily deal with this. They store content in the Caches, based on the type of data. From here, you could Clear History, i.e., Browsing history as well as clear the memory of the Content Cache, Pushed Content and Cookie Cache (see Figure 8 5). The Content Cache stores all the cached data, which happens as a result of regular browsing. The Pushed Content Cache stores information that is pushed to your handset, typically subscription services like tickers and updates, along with search engine preferences. The Cookie Cache stores information assigned to the browser by the visited web pages.
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Figure 8 5. Illustration of the Cache Operations page
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NOTE: Clearing your history and caches clears up disc space and saves on your memory. It makes space for new app downloads too.
Web Pages
This section will concentrate on helping you move around in and between web pages, visit the desired ones, and maneuver through them like a pro. So without further adieu, let s get to some core facts: If a web page address field does not appear on the screen, you could also access it by pressing on the Menu button. Here, select the Go To option, type the address and Enter. Even if the search here feature (search engine) does not appear on the screen, you can search the Internet by going through the Go To option as above. Here, instead type the search details and Enter. If the history is not already illustrated in your browser landing page, you can go to it by selecting History from the Menu options. Choose Zoom In or Zoom Out from the options provided by pressing the Menu button while any web page is opened. Go to the previous or next pages directly by selecting Back or Forward from the Menu options.
CHAPTER 8: Web Browsing
Save a web page by choosing the Save Page option from the Menu list. But remember that the current view of the contents of a page is what will get saved and not the whole page itself. The web page gets saved to the message list for further referencing. Choose Home from the Menu list to go back to the home page. The Refresh option refreshes the presently opened page. Select the highlighted multimedia file in order to play it. Upon doing do, you will be asked if you would like to Open or Save it. You could also just select Cancel if you wish for neither. After you have chosen to open it, the phone automatically launches and opens it in the Media Player so that accessing the content of the file becomes instant. (See Figures 8 6 and 8 7.)
Figure 8 6. An example of a page with a media file (audio)
From the Menu list, you can also choose the following: Select Page Address to view the address of a web page. Select Link Address to view the address of the highlighted link. Select Image Address to view the address of the highlighted image. After you have selected one of these three options, your smartphone, as well as showing you the addresses, will give you Copy and Send options as well. From here, you can send the address to someone, copy it and paste it, or simply choose OK if you just wish to view it. If you choose to send the address to someone, you can also decide which medium you would like to use to do so E-mail, PIN, SMS, or MMS.
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