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  1. JunP's Avatar
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    Hi to all. This is my first post here. I've been using a Treo 680 for the past 5 months and have slowly installed a good number of licensed software. I've observed lately that my Treo has some lags when moving within and between applications. My software include:
    - TreoMemo
    - Bonsai
    - Daynotez
    - VolumeCare
    - BackupBuddy VFS
    - CardReader
    - Splashwallet suite
    - KBLights off
    - Keycaps
    - 2day
    - Takephone
    - Profiles

    I know that the easiest way to identify any offending application is to uninstall one application at a time and observe my Treo each time i do an uninstall. Based on your experience, which of these would cause my unit to slow down? Thanks in advance.

    JunP
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    After reading some related threads, i decided to disable keycaps and profiles. This has removed 90% of the delays/lags. It's hard letting go of keycaps when you have gotten used to it.
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    Use the updated Keycaps which removes the HEDE call, shouldn't be too hard to find.

    Profiles kept going nuts on me so I ditched it and bought ProfileCare. It slows down some specific things (when switching profiles, and when the time changes) but otherwise it works quite well.
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    Hey

    How do you like Daynotez and Bonsai? I am considering both. I also have Treomemo...and wonder how it compares to Daynotez.

    Also - what about the splashwallet..how does it work?

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNTreoUser View Post
    Hey

    How do you like Daynotez and Bonsai? I am considering both. I also have Treomemo...and wonder how it compares to Daynotez.

    Also - what about the splashwallet..how does it work?

    Thanks
    Daynotez is one of a kind. Get it.

    PS: I never had a problem with KeyCaps. OTOH profiles caused many problems on my Treos...
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    Daynotez and Bonsai are great software. I just purchased these earlier this year and have been using these extensively since then. Daynotez is essentially a journal application which i use to document the important aspects of each day. Bonsai on the other hand is a very good outlining tool which is good for organizing lists, taking notes, and managing tasks/projects. Both Bonsai and Daynotez take advantage of the no-stylus operation of the Treo. I used to own Shadow Plan but found it too difficult to use on my Treo so i ditched it in favor of Bonsai. Treomemo is an enhancement of the built-in Memo application so it is really totally different from Daynotez.

    I've been using Splashwallet for 3 years now and it works. It hasn't been modified to take advantage of the Treo so you still have to use the stylus for some operations. I use the SplashMoney the most to manage our budget and monthly expenses.

    Hope this helps.

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