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    I've been playing with ms office 365 on the touchpad and surprisingly some of it works...

    The silverlight for linux distros doesn't work on the touchpad, which seems to cripple a lot of the functionality. I'm interested to see how serious HP is about the enterprise. If they can enable office online to work on the touchpad, especially visio, I could put the touchpad to use at work....

    I have screenshots if anyone wants to host them....
    Last edited by akshunj; 07/01/2011 at 09:09 PM.
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    Just post the pictures on some picture hosting website, I'd like to see this.
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    any recommendations for hosting?
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    imageshack or photobucket are always good options
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    Google Docs through the Web browser works pretty well as far as I can tell. Haven't done anything extensive but so far so good.
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    having trouble getting the links from photobucket. The html code fields are too small to copy all of the text. Is there a way to select all on the touchpad?
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    Sorry about the size... Here's a screenshot of power point...

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    Anybody try WordPress app yet? Designed for webOS 3.0

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    Anyone using office 365 try it on their touchpad?
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    Can any home brew developers comment on the complexity of trying to port the Linux Silverlight plugin to support WebOS? This is the link to the open source info...

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    Quote Originally Posted by akshunj View Post
    Can any home brew developers comment on the complexity of trying to port the Linux Silverlight plugin to support WebOS? This is the link to the open source info...

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    That would be awesome as the Zune website uses Silvdrlight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pavvento View Post
    That would be awesome as the Zune website uses Silvdrlight.
    Cool, +2 for a Silverlight plugin on the Touchpad...
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    Just bumping this post, hopefully some home-brew developers could comment on the following?

    Can any home brew developers comment on the complexity of trying to port the Linux Silverlight plugin to support WebOS? This is the link to the open source info...

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    Netflix utilizes Silverlight as well
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    How does the Google Docs webpages work on the TouchPad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennat View Post
    How does the Google Docs webpages work on the TouchPad?
    I never tried Google Docs. I saw another post that reported Google Docs worked with some minor loss of functionality.

    I've been trying to use Office 365 on the touchpad and some of it works, but some key functions are inoperable.

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