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Samsung SGH-J750: Handling complexity and time-to-market one step at a time

11/30/2009 05:00 AM EST
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re: Samsung SGH-J750: Handling complexity and time-to-market one step at a time
RFPowerMaster   12/10/2009 11:33:27 AM
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In the article on the Samsung SGH-J750,when I click on a Figure to enlarge the image to be able to read the captions inside the Figure, that closes the article and I must re-open that article to be able to continue reading. That is very inconvenient! Please change the article so that so that closing the enlarged JPG image returns the user to the text of the article.

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