Small Volume Slider

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Jul 10, 2011

Small Volume Slider by king_leo at 2:11 PM (989 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. king_leo
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    Everything on the 3ds fits well (apart from the power button, so annoying) But when playing a game quickly turning down/up the sound, its so small. Its really hard to push/pull.

    is it just me?
     
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    Its just you, I see nothing wrong with the power button or volume slider?
    How would you like them?
     
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    Well the power button is a bit small, small i mean not think and feels broken when you push it, look your self

    and the volume slider is so small, hard to slide up or down. and it feels weird.........

    so - Bigger power/volume slider = Good for me [​IMG]
     
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    Well i think both of them are rather good even thaugt I as well as others think its a bit irritating to have a power button like this while on older nintendo products you had the Start button stick out now its the power button and the start button is more or less not feelable ... think about all the blind ppl wanting to play they won't find the button at all [​IMG]

    only thing that annoys me is in rare occasions that the top screen is a little bit loose (what everyone was talking about loose hinges or whateger oO) and the umm how is it called .... where you have to move the 3ds for some game actions ?

    just got naruto yesterday and some action need you to more or less "shake" the 3ds which sucks extremele bad due to the rather loose top screen and cuz you can't see much anymore when you play with 3d on -.-V
     
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    I feel the volume is okay when it comes to quickly turn on or off the volume, but to go in the middle I have to pause and look at it.

    Pip'
     
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    My only gripe wwith the volume slider is that there's very little between fully on and off. If you want to play quietly, as previously stated by Pippin666, you have to pause and look where you're positioning it- lest you whack it up to full blast

    Edit- Just noticed this was the point the OP was making, so 'Yes'
    Edit 2- Shouldn't this be in Hardware, not Games?!
     
  7. chris888222

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    I personally find no probs with the volume slider. Normally I turn it on at max, as the 3DS speakers are considered 'feeble' to me
     
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    yep, constantly maxed out. only thing i know worth sliding the volume down for is Excite Bike 3D. That thing is LOUD. which makes me wonder why everything else sounds so hush hush. If people wanted privacy, they'd USE HEADPHONES instead of hushed speakers. :/
     
  9. leeday100196

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    I agree, it's not as precise as I'd like it to be.
     

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