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    I can't believe Palm would over look such an obvious problem with using the user programmable keyboard quick keys. They only work from the phone application of the Treo!!!! Why in the world did they not think to make these quick key work from the Palm side of the Treo or anywhere? The way it is now, I have to first go to the phone application before using the quick keys. I know Butler takes care of the problem but why didn't Palm? I think the developers at Palm don't even use Treos themselves. They must use other PDA's
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    Well, some people prefer keycaps600 for input convenice. clicking and holding to launch a program makes those program fairly difficult to use. But I am with you. I prefer to using the click and holding to launch my favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellneuron
    Well, some people prefer keycaps600 for input convenice. clicking and holding to launch a program makes those program fairly difficult to use...
    Ahh...but not with Butler.
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    I would think that the reason it only works in the phone ap is because the keyboard already has a use on the Palm side. Just press a letter to take you to an application starting with that letter. From there it's easy to scroll to the ap you're trying to start. Actually, I think that's much better than trying to remember what letter I assigned to what in the phone ap. You can, however, program any palm application to a favorite button and a keyboard letter to go to in the phone application.
    Last edited by RickMG; 09/13/2005 at 05:40 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickMG
    I would think that the reason it only works in the phone ap is because the keyboard already has a use on the Palm side. Just press a letter to take you to an application starting with that letter. From there it's easy to scroll to the ap you're trying to start. Actually, I think that's much better than trying to remember what letter I assigned to what in the phone ap. You can, however, program any palm application to a favorite button and a keyboard letter to go to in the phone application.
    You mean in application? That's single click, and only work in the application too. Also it will only jump to the first item beginning with that letter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellneuron
    You mean in application? That's single click, and only work in the application too.
    I'm sorry, I must be missing something, but I don't know what you're saying here.

    Quote Originally Posted by cellneuron
    Also it will only jump to the first item beginning with that letter.
    Yes, that's why I said "Just press a letter to take you to an application starting with that letter. From there it's easy to scroll to the ap you're trying to start."

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