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  1.    #1  
    Is 6.8.3 the latest version of FileZ?

    July, 10 2005?

    Is there a better file management program out there?
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    It is the latest they have published. I had some problems with the 680 and they sent me a kind of customized version which does work better. It has other flaws, though, and I haven't seen a later version which incorporates the improvement but cures the flaws. Even in that state it is all that I need for file management. It's certainly worth the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooterville View Post
    Is 6.8.3 the latest version of FileZ?

    July, 10 2005?

    Is there a better file management program out there?
    Yeah, that's the latest. If you're willing to pay, most folks agree that Resco Explorer is a better file manager.
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    RescoExplorer pretty sweet.
    ~Jessi~

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    How do these file managers work?
    Are they just like a program you open when you want to use it or do they take over the whole operation system?
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    It's works like windows explorer on a PC. No, you only use them when you want to. I suggest taking a look at the manual so you can get the most out of it. Although most of the program is self-explanatory. Like I said before, Resco Explorer is sweet.
    ~Jessi~

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    Does it also have a uninstaller?
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    The third party apps come with manuals too...
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    Actually, Explorer on a Win machine does run all the time, whether you like it or not (at least older versions - don't know for sure if it stIll does).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christinac130 View Post
    The third party apps come with manuals too...

    Never read manuals !! I guess you can tell ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooterville View Post
    Never read manuals !! I guess you can tell ?
    I think we are all well aware that you haven't even thought about the advantages of using instruction manuals

    It would take much less time for you to peruse the manual than have to wait for answers here... Use the I-N-D-E-X to look for your key words...you can do it, I have confidence
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    In Filez I am able to find out which Saved/Unsaved preferences have just been installed, by going to the bottom of each Saved/Unsaved list of preferences. But RescoEx does not sort it out that way, it only does alpha order & not in order of latest installed preferences.

    Maybe someone can tell how to do it the way I want in RescoEx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooterville View Post
    Does it also have a uninstaller?
    No, Resco Explorer doesn't come with an unintaller. You need Uninstall Manager if you want that.

    Quote Originally Posted by sblanter View Post
    Actually, Explorer on a Win machine does run all the time, whether you like it or not (at least older versions - don't know for sure if it stIll does).
    I was trying to give Hooter the short answer since he doesn't appear to be as techy as some of us are. Hooter please don't take that as a criticism.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hooterville View Post
    Never read manuals !! I guess you can tell ?
    Please start reading the manuals. How are you ever going to learn? I can guarantee you aren't getting half of the functionality out of your 680 that you could if you would just spend a little time reading. Also by the time you ask the question and wait for a response you could have most likely have found the answer for yourself. Again this isn't meant as critism, I just want you to get the most out of your $400 device.

    Quote Originally Posted by tck View Post
    In Filez I am able to find out which Saved/Unsaved preferences have just been installed, by going to the bottom of each Saved/Unsaved list of preferences. But RescoEx does not sort it out that way, it only does alpha order & not in order of latest installed preferences.

    Maybe someone can tell how to do it the way I want in RescoEx.
    Sorry, I can't help you. I don't use Filez so I don't really understand what you are wanting to do.
    ~Jessi~

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    Simple Jessie, just tell me how to find out which Saved/Unsaved preferences have just been installed (especially after installing a new application). I have tried sorting by date but I think Date Sort does not work in Saved/Unsaved Preferences.

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    I dont think what I am looking for can be done using RescoEx. See this thread from RescoEx Forum : http://www.resco.net/forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=8292
    "There is one thing, however, that I am looking forward to see in Resco Explorer. Currently, it can list saved/unsaved preferences, and sort the whole list by name, ext, date, etc. But it cannot list by Index, which is the order that a specific preference is written, I believe.
    Sorry I am not a Palm expert, so would you please take some time looking into another application called Palm Insider Pro? In its tools menu, there is one called "Application Preferences", and it can list preferences by Index order.
    With this ability, an user could easily find what preferences are written after he/she installs a specific application. This gives more power to users, I guess.
    "

    This was posted in Dec'06 & there was no response from the developer.
    Last edited by tck; 03/31/2007 at 05:27 AM.
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    I agree, I don't think it can be done. You should be able to tap and hold the blue triangle, Date, and OK. But it doesn't work for me. Resco should really add that. Sorry I didn't understand you. I was wasn't thinking at my best.
    ~Jessi~

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