Pokemon Ranger and Other Games mainly using Stylus

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    Well my question is that if I play Pokemon Ranger and other games that use the stylus mainly/a lot, like Mario Hoops, will it damage the touch screen?
     
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    Well if you push the stylus REALLY hard on the screen... yes it will scratch... so control yourself! [​IMG]
     
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    it will also dmg the touch sensitivity of the screen
     
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    Just get screen protectors if you're worried about scratching your touchscreen.
     
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    Yes yes yes. I have screen protectors and... I can even use my fingers and pencils instead of stylus. Darn, I can even [​IMG] it and the screen is still perfect. [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
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    I have a screen protector but now the sensibility sucks and i wanna draw in Colors!. And i don't know how to take off my screen protector...
     
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    Your best off putting the DS in a box and stick it on a high shelf where you don't see it. Then it'll be in perfect condition even 10, 20, even 50 years from now.

    It's a touch screen. The engineers at Nintendo figured it being used when they designed the machine. Just don't use a knife or anything too wacky on it. Don't be scared. It can sense it, especially Nintendogs. You don't want them comin for ya in the middle of the night...
     
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    Try recalibrating it. With good ones (i.e, Hori), they shouldn't effect the screen sensitivity.
     
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    Hori ? Link please ?
     

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