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MMI Touch writing zero vs o

Josh3184 Feb 10, 2019

  1. Josh3184

    Josh3184 New Member

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    I've tried to find the answer to this online but no dice so far!

    With the touchpad on the top of the MMI dial, I find it's inconsistent as to whether it thinks I've written an o (the letter) vs a 0 (the number).

    Does anyone have a consistent way of making sure it knows which one you've written? I was hoping that maybe drawing the zero with a strike through it might help but that just puts the foreign Ø character (from Scandinavian languages).

    I was also having trouble with an l and a 1 briefly but worked out that a line straight down would be an l and a line straight down with the little line at the top would be consistently read correctly as a 1.

    Anyone got any advice?
     
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  3. Ormesome

    Ormesome Well-Known Member TDi quattro S tronic S-line owners group Quantum Grey Q2 owners group

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    “o” is rounder and smaller!
    “0” is more oval and bigger!

    That’s my strategy, but can you guess which is which?!! :tearsofjoy:
     
  4. Josh3184

    Josh3184 New Member

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    Weirdly I found the only way it would differentiate was drawing the 0 a lot smaller and that's the only thing that makes it think it's a zero!

    Tall and narrow = o
    Small and circular = 0

    ^ According to my car! Totally the wrong way round.
     
  5. Ormesome

    Ormesome Well-Known Member TDi quattro S tronic S-line owners group Quantum Grey Q2 owners group

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    Those look the same so I don’t know what you sorte go comment! Haha! But a zero is always more oval. That’s what I try to write and it seems to work!!
     
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