To: Robert Hamilton <>
Subject: Ebird
From: Peter Shute <>
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Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2015 12:24:39 +0000
I've just noticed that if I collapse the autocorrect bar thing at the top of 
the keyboard, I can see enough of the OK button to tap it. The program must 
have been written before this bar was introduced, I think in iOS 8.

I've also decided, based on the number of times I had to stop and attend to 
family requests during entry of just one survey, that minor program design 
flaws are not what's really holding up progress.

Peter Shute

Sent from my iPad

> On 7 Jun 2015, at 9:31 pm, Robert Hamilton <> 
> wrote:
> Yes Peter, I use an iPhone.
>> On 07/06/2015, at 5:54 PM, Peter Shute wrote:
>> I'm using Birdlog already, Rob. I've just entered a couple of surveys to 
>> remind myself why I find it so tedious. It's not so much the searching for 
>> species, it's that there's a lot of what seems to me like unnecessary 
>> swapping between the numeric and alphabetic keyboards, as well as having to 
>> hide the keyboard in order to find the OK button to submit each species.
>> That's on the iPad. It appears you don't have to hide the keyboard on the 
>> iPhone version.
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