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    The graffiti anywhere hack works like a charim on my treo 600, i am using full blown graffiti on my super cool treo 600 from orange and btw GSM/GPRS rocks! AND IT IS FREEWARE !!!

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilitie...anywhere.shtml
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    Originally posted by treo600mad
    The graffiti anywhere hack works like a charim on my treo 600, i am using full blown graffiti on my super cool treo 600 from orange and btw GSM/GPRS rocks! AND IT IS FREEWARE !!!

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilitie...anywhere.shtml
    Can't get it to work on my Treo 600.. Any ideas??

    brian
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    doesn't work on mine either - it installs ok, enables ok, and when i hold down the hardkey i assigned to it i can write on the screen (and echo) but it doesn't register the input... can only get a few characters in - mostly periods

    is it working perfectly for you??
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    I wonder if it is the difference between the GSM version of the phone and the CDMA version. I could not get it to work on my CDMA T600. I tried using the version I had loaded on my T300, I did not try to download a newer version.
    Carl
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    i did download the newest version of grafitti anywhere - no dice...
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    sorry guys i did not realise it was not workking properly
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    There is a new version of Graffiti Anywhere--1.4.4 that adds support for the 600. I haven't tried it yet, but I did see the new version on PalmGear.
    Zane
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    I just tried out the latest version and could not get it to work properly. It would intermitantly recognize input, but not consistently.
    Zane
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    I haven't had a chance to really work it but i've tested the new version too and seems to be working ok for me...
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    I tried GA 1.44 today. It worked for a few characters, and then stopped working. Still echos strokes to the screen, but absolutely nothing gets translated or input at the cursor position, in any app.
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    Works for me but it's different than Palm's Graffiti in some letters. For example; How the heck to you make a small case "i"???
    "I refuse to answer that question on the grounds that I don't know the answer."
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    csherman,
    GA uses Graffiti 2 strokes. The letters "i" and "k" and maybe a few others are two-stroke letters. Do a search on the main Palm site for guides on making the characters. It is definitely different for all of us old Graffiti 1 users.
    Zane
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    i had the same interrmittent problems with graffiti anywhere on my T600 until i installed the original graffiti libraries. after that, graffiti anywhere works like a charm.
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    I have the same problem, stopped working after about 10 strokes. Where can i find the original graffiti libraries?
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    Originally posted by zvandiver
    csherman,
    GA uses Graffiti 2 strokes. The letters "i" and "k" and maybe a few others are two-stroke letters. Do a search on the main Palm site for guides on making the characters. It is definitely different for all of us old Graffiti 1 users.
    Zane
    Thank you Zane!

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    The latest Jot works on my Treo 600 great. Let's you use graffiti or their Jot (aka graffiti 2, and much better than the original)
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    what is the name of the file that contains the old graffiti libraries?
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    hmmm was wondering why my 'old skool' graffiti strokes weren't working I've just spent 20 minutes looking for an example page of graffiti 2 but cant find it on eith of the palm sites? anyone have a link?

    on my handspring prism there was a built in reference page but I cant find that with graffiti anywhere.




    UPDATE : Here it is
    http://www.palmone.com/us/support/ha...i2_sticker.pdf


    Cheers,
    Dean
    Last edited by deanc; 12/10/2003 at 08:07 AM.

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