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    Hi, I'm a new Treo owner, and was wondering if anyone knew of a way to access a local file through blazer? Given that blazer allows one to override the "http://" portion of the URL, one could assume that it would simply allow a "file://" however, as I am not sure on how one files are arranged on a Palm system, I am unsure as to what to try after this. It would be nice if I could make a directory and reference "file://perl/index.html" to access all of my coding notes. Is this possible?

    -guppie_
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    I don't think you can do that!
    I'd Rather be Diving.......(with my PDA of course)

    Check out my forum @ http://groups.msn.com/PDAPocketPCForum
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    Originally posted by guppie
    Hi, I'm a new Treo owner, and was wondering if anyone knew of a way to access a local file through blazer? Given that blazer allows one to override the "http://" portion of the URL, one could assume that it would simply allow a "file://" however, as I am not sure on how one files are arranged on a Palm system, I am unsure as to what to try after this. It would be nice if I could make a directory and reference "file://perl/index.html" to access all of my coding notes. Is this possible?
    No. It's not. The PalmOS doesn't have a "real" file system. Every file and program on a PalmOS machine is database that is managed by the OS.

    If you are trying to save html files to your Treo, you should try Plucker. With Plucker installed on your system, you can just right right click on any html or txt file and convert it to Plucker's format and sync it to the Treo.

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