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    If you haven't seen/used Font smoother... Your missing out..
    Amazing when used with Blazer

    Install
    http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?fu...e&prodID=90288

    Assign Web to a small font...
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    Yepper, FontSmoother is great. I had reset problems with 2.01 and up'd to 2.04 with no problems at all. Ben
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    I agree, its working great on my 700p. I actually notice it speeds up my Blazer...can that be?
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    It is so nice not to have to use a hack.
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    Not sure that YAHM was that big a deal, but I upgraded too.. It works.

    Anyone noticed if it looks better? Supposidly does highlight/shadows better, but still see 'fringing' around the fonts a lot.
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    I have been using YAHM for over a year now and I love it, my 700P is very stable
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    Quote Originally Posted by gt5l View Post
    I have been using YAHM for over a year now and I love it, my 700P is very stable
    Besides Fontsmoother what are you using with YAHM? The latest fs doesn't require yahm any more.

    Thanks.
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    What fonts are you guys using with Blazer?? could you post them???

    thanks
    Fridayy
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    Quote Originally Posted by fridayy View Post
    What fonts are you guys using with Blazer?? could you post them???

    thanks
    Fridayy
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    I use yahm for keyhack, any suggestions?
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    Font Smoother no longer requires a hack, but you are using keyhack and I think that is Freeware right? FS is shareware.
    Cigar,
    VZW 755p
    VAJA Orange Case, Custom takephone skin (Thanks NachoB), Chatter, PalmRevolt, treolauncher, and a bunch of other stuff
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    How much RAM is used up by the application and each font (each size)?
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    the size ranges from 100k to about 500K for EACH size
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    The docs do recommend not installing all of them at one time. 16mb or so is what it took on mine during playtime.

    Ben
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    Yeah, once you find the ones you want, delete the rest for sure. That also applies to icon sets. Lot's of wasted memory there.
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    what else can i use instead of treokeyhack that does not need a YAHM?
    Treoing & Loving it
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    Quote Originally Posted by gt5l View Post
    what else can i use instead of treokeyhack that does not need a YAHM?
    What do you use TreoKeyHack for most?
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    changing letter case and switch to numbers by either holding the key or tapping it repeatedly
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    Have you tried KeyCaps? It does the same thing w/o YAHM...
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    You can give KeyCaps a shot. I stopped using it personally just because it slowed me down when I had to type double letters (if I typed them too fast it would act like the shift key). Now I don't use anything but the normal shift button and I'm pretty used to it.
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