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    A newbie question, is there a way to leave a application and end up at the last spot you was at before entering the application, instead of going back to the top of the applications screen?
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    a program called Butler does this. It does other things aswell, i havent really looked much into it, but I have the volume buttons to go back and foward through whatever apps ive used. it works well.
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    I will check into that. Thanks
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    IMO...don't load Butler, as to their is incompatibilty issues with the 700 until a updated rev release.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seru
    a program called Butler does this...
    No, Butler doesn't do this.
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    I think I'm right about this...Unless the app you are exiting has an option to "remember" where it was, the app closes when you leave it. Thisi s probably inherent in the Palm OS since without that, you would chew up RAM pretty fast. For example, when setting up Agendus, you can have it open to the last screen viewed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad am i
    A newbie question, is there a way to leave a application and end up at the last spot you was at before entering the application, instead of going back to the top of the applications screen?
    Ok a few tips.

    1) The "application launcher", only remembers which category you were in, and whether you were looking at the list view or the large icon view. (Go to preferences to switch views)
    2) you can type the first letter of the application you are looking for to jump to it in a list
    3) Hitting the home button multiple times will allow you to cycle through the various categories of application. (You can set these yourself)
    4) Many people want a more powerful application launcher, so they go out and buy one. Please wait until you are a bit more proficient before considering this move. WHen you are ready, my two favorites are McPhling and ZLauncher. (I only use McPhling on the 700p).

    Search the board for "launcher" and you'll find many threads on this subject.

    Cheers,
    Brandorr
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    I just reread your post, and I think I know what you want. If you want a way to go back to the last application you were running, you will have to install McPhling.

    It gives you a way to "go back" to the application that was last run. The keys to do this are totally customizable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandorr
    If you want a way to go back to the last application you were running, you will have to install McPhling.
    ... or the super-cool ScrBtn (ScreenButton)
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    I haven't used McPhling in a long, long time. It was a standard app on all my non Treo devices. Given that 'most' of the ways of activating via the silkscreen went away with the Treo, I got used to the Quicklaunch feature of ZLauncher.
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    I love treocentral users, you have a question no matter how basic and you get lots of replies and options. I have become addicted to reading the discussions here. Thanks and I will check into these.

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