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  1.    #1  
    Hi All,

    I know you can maintain a press on a application icon on a Palm screen with a pen to have it highlighted; but can you re-arrange / move the application icons to a new location in each created category (no matter what the title is)?

    How many of you folks would desire such a feature on a Palm device?



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    I use Launcher III - I don't believe you can rearrange icons, but you can put them into tabbed groups which makes things faster, and you can rename applications to help you remember (ie CityTime -> World Clock).

    Not bad, but not perfect.
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    you can with launcher x
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    Hi All,

    You know the part about choosing a DOC
    Reader application to open a Palm DOC file
    from Launcher III. I see PalmReader and iSilo is the
    only one that works? I would have like for
    CSpotRun to be use in this setting.
    I read something about the application has to
    support the sysAppLaunchCmdOpenDB command.
    I guess CSpotRun and TomeRaider didn't have this support.


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  5.    #5  
    Originally posted by ByronC
    Hi All,

    You know the part about choosing a DOC
    Reader application to open a Palm DOC file
    from Launcher III. I see PalmReader and iSilo is the
    only one that works? I would have like for
    CSpotRun to be use in this setting.
    I read something about the application has to
    support the sysAppLaunchCmdOpenDB command.
    I guess CSpotRun and TomeRaider didn't have this support.


    Byron
    I got the latest CSpotRun v1.2.6 running with LIII now
    but it can't open a Palm Doc file from the Flash 16 MB Memory Module? I have to move the Doc files to the Visor RAM before
    CSpotRun can open them .

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