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    Can anybody recommend a good and simple to use note or jot software compatible with the keyboard?
    I was addicted to the simplicity and utility of diddlebug. but since I am now using the keyboard, I wanted an application that I could use quickly with the keyboard without having to reach for the stylus.
    Thanks
    J
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    Umm what about the built-in memo pad? Or do you want to doodle with the keyboard?

    Originally posted by jtangir
    Can anybody recommend a good and simple to use note or jot software compatible with the keyboard?
    I was addicted to the simplicity and utility of diddlebug. but since I am now using the keyboard, I wanted an application that I could use quickly with the keyboard without having to reach for the stylus.
    Thanks
    J
  3.    #3  
    I am trying bugme. Looks good so far.
    Yardie: I think the memopad is too slow to access, jot and retrieve compared to any of the other "jot" programs. And to jot with the keyboard...I don't know, seems slow to me.
    Thanks for the suggestion
    J
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    I grabbed a nice free combo, allowing me to pop-up a memo, insert text, and still be in my initial program, without leaving the keyboard. Really handy for, say, copying and pasting from isilo, etc, as well as jotting quick notes. You first install the base program, DALauncher
    . . . http://palmgear.com/software/showsof...38&prodID=8584
    then you just add DAmemopad.
    . . . http://www001.upp.so-net.ne.jp/h-yama/da/index.htm
    . . . scroll down to memopad, left frame
    DALauncher was recently upgraded to be Treo friendly. So, I just hit option-enterKey to pop-up any DA [desk accessory]. Then I either type away, or hit menu-p to paste. NOTE: that option key combo is built-in; to my knowledge, you can't override it.

    Other DAs are available, all free. At PalmGear:
    http://palmgear.com/software/answer_...ategoryIDs=146
    The above Japanese URL for memopad also has a few dozen. English descriptions are available for most. Examples = copy, paste, clipboard, call lookup, etc.
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    P.S. I also have McPhling hack ($12), also recently upgraded for Treo friendliness, set to option-backspace, and my contacts button. The option-backspace takes me to the program I was just using; the contacts button now pops up a list of my most frequently used apps.

    Bottom-line: I seldom use the stylus any more.
    Last edited by WebSter; 09/17/2002 at 03:12 PM.

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