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  1. Jolsba's Avatar
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    Will the firmware update takes care of removing the "Quick Tour" and other unwanted icons from the screen? The PALM tech guy do not have a clue on how to get rid of them. I couldn't find the icon's file listed in the rom or ram using FileZ. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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    obfuscate is a 3rd party program that does this.

    Otherwise -- I just banish my unwanted icons by creating and using a category called Applications that only has the ones I want to see. . . . .
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    Perry...

    Can you set the launcher to default to a specific category menu? Everytime I hit the home key I go the the "All" category apps and have to use the first letter of the app I need. I figure if I'm going to end up in "All" everytime anyway, why bother having other categories? I'd love it if it would go directly to my most used apps instead...
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    Hi Christina!

    Checking for a default setting . . . . hmmm, cannot find one. . . . . but mine always opens on "Applications" . . . I believe the default is that it will return to the last category screen you had open. . . . . yes, I just tested that.

    Cheers, Perry
    Last edited by gtwo; 02/13/2007 at 08:55 AM.
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    I used to use Obfuscate, but I now think that Invisible is more stable on the 700p.
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    ROM hide is a free preference panel application that works great on the 700P to hide those unwanted ROM icons (like QuickTour)

    I can't find the link, but here's the app. if you're interested:
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