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  1.    #1  
    http://www.swCP3.com/TreoCalc/TreoCalc.GIF http://www.swCP3.com/TreoCalc/TreoCalc_About.GIF

    TreoCalc v1.0 Freeware

    TreoCalc is a Simple Eight-Digit Pop-up Calculator for Treo Smartphones

    Release Notes:
    • Small size (< 12 KB)
    • Pop-up TreoCalc from anywhere, even while on a call. Press [Menu] for other options...
    • No 'hede', No DAs, No Hacks,
    • Copy result to clipboard automatically, and paste it in the current application.
    • Enhanced interface, number is entered while pressing the on-screen button rather than after releasing it (the way most calculators do). This reduces errors in entering numbers.
    • Audible confirmation beep on button-presses.
    • Easy-to-use expression editor.
    • Dismiss TreoCalc by touching the answer area, menu, or any hard-key.
    TreoCalc is meant for people who are frustrated using the builtin Treo calculator. Of-course, you cannot compute tomorrow's weather, but for simple on-the-fly calculations, TreoCalc should perform alright.

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    Please see v1.1 in post #6, v1.2 in post #7
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    Last edited by GreenHex; 04/22/2007 at 09:18 AM.
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    "Pop-up TreoCalc from anywhere, even while on a call."
    If it's not a DA or a Hack, how do you pop it up?
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    GreenHex,
    I am in desperate need for a foot inch calculator for my 650. Any ideas?
    Or can it be incorporated into this program?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rossarnie View Post
    "Pop-up TreoCalc from anywhere, even while on a call."
    If it's not a DA or a Hack, how do you pop it up?
    By trapping 'hvch' notifications... and not loading TreoCalc with too many functions... It's possible, I guess. I've not used a single undocumented feature to implement the Pop-up thing.

    - mvk

    PS: there are bugs in TreoCalc, please don't notice them if you haven't already... For simple, quick calculations, TreoCalc will give accurate results.

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    Last edited by GreenHex; 04/22/2007 at 04:55 AM. Reason: vchr->hvch
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    Quote Originally Posted by cadman View Post
    GreenHex,
    I am in desperate need for a foot inch calculator for my 650. Any ideas?
    Or can it be incorporated into this program?

    cadman... I'll do it if there is sufficient interest in this thing. I've made it so I can add more functions at a later if required. Conversions are in the pipe-line right after trignometric functions in this "roadmap."

    Any particular problems you are facing with other available converters? I could take care of them when I get to it, if possible...

    Then there is the issue of adding features requested by one or two users... it clearly (I've found out the hard way) is unsustainable...

    - mvk
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    Relese Notes:
    • Now with PosiLock* technology... reduces typing errors while entering numbers or operators.


    *Just indulging in some marketing-speak if you don't mind... but really, I've added a few things to reduce typing errors.

    And what say you all of the interface?

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    Last edited by GreenHex; 04/21/2007 at 11:31 PM.
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    Release Notes:

    • Fixed problem where multiple instances of TreoCalc would pop-up under certain circumstances, causing the device to freeze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    By trapping 'hvch' notifications... and not loading TreoCalc with too many functions... It's possible, I guess. I've not used a single undocumented feature to implement the Pop-up thing.

    - mvk

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    You misunderstood me - I'm a simple guy... I don't want to know about hvch notifications - I just wanna know what button you press to launch it etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rossarnie View Post
    You misunderstood me - I'm a simple guy... I don't want to know about hvch notifications - I just wanna know what button you press to launch it etc...

    The best part: you get to select which buttons to press...
    1. Launch TreoCalc from the launcher (normal launch)...
    2. Press [Menu]->[Preferences]
    3. Enable "Popup Mode"
    4. Select [Modifier Key] and [Activation Key] (you need to press the modifier key first, and then the activation key to activate TreoCalc, though the order is reversed in the form.
    5. Exit... by pressing [Done] to save settings. An App-switch at this stage will NOT save the preferences.
    6. From any app, if you press the key combinations, TreoCalc will pop-up.
    7. Press any hard-key, use Menu->Exit or touch the answer area to exit.

    Notes:
    • Some apps may trap the assigned key-combinations, so TreoCalc will not pop-up. You should not have any problems popping it up in Treo Native applications.
    • The TreoCalc form border outline is not drawn in pop-up mode..., to indicate that it is in pop-up mode. You will see the edges of the app along the border.
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    Hex,
    Just haven't been able to find any. Maybe I stink at searching.
  11.    #11  
    Quote Originally Posted by cadman View Post
    Hex,
    Just haven't been able to find any. Maybe I stink at searching.
    Here are two:

    Converter 2.2: http://mytreo.net/downloads/details-458.html
    Unit2Unit 2.1.4: http://mytreo.net/downloads/details-955.html

    Here are several of them on PalmGear, some freeware too:
    http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?fu...word=converter

    Don't forget that the built-in calculator also has a converter... (press the right 5-way key repeatedly (while in calc) till you get to the converter). That's the one I use now.

    Here is the complete Palm Calc documentation (the built-in calc is amazing, really): http://mytreo.net/downloads/details-636.html

    - mvk
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    Thanks. Never knew that about the built in calc.

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