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  1. #21  
    For those that are trying the beta with Orange France, the default setting for the port has changed to 8080. Since this port is blocked by Orange this means you have to change the port manually under Settings/Advanced to 80.

    WebViewer would freeze my Treo completely with the default 8080 while trying to contact the server.
  2. #22  
    On 3.5.2 why isn't the nav button useable on the startup screen?
  3. #23  
    Well it's finally here...

    Download WebViewer 3.5.2 PRC at:
    http://www.reqwireless.com/WebViewer.../WebViewer.prc

    Installation/upgrade instructions at:
    http://www.reqwireless.com/WebViewer...TALL-Treo.html

    "What's New" feature list at:
    http://www.reqwireless.com/download-...whats-new-treo

    For the quickest response, please post feedback to our Reqwireless forum at:
    http://www.reqwireless.com/forum
    or, send email to support@reqwireless.com

    Enjoy, all...

    P.S. Mol, the default port is back to 80 for WebViewer 3.5.2 final release. Sprint customers: you may have to change the port to 8080 in Settings -> Advanced.

    P.P.S. deesugar, the ability to use keyboard shortcuts from the opening screen came at the expense of using the 5-way navigation key to access the menu. You can either use a keyboard shortcut (e.g. to open one of bookmarks 1-9) or just press the Menu key to access the menu.
    Last edited by Reqwireless; 05/05/2004 at 04:55 PM.
  4. #24  
    The font's are horendous to the point where they are unreadable.... Any chance of an updated font library otherwise I will stick with WebPro...

    -Jeff
  5. #25  
    Looks Great!!!!!!!
  6. #26  
    By far the best browser ever created for the Treo 600. Faster, Better, Nicer.
    Few minors issues/desired-features but it's on the right track.
  7. #27  
    > By far the best browser ever created for the Treo 600. Faster, Better, Nicer.

    Cheers, good to hear.

    > Few minors issues/desired-features but it's on the right track.

    Feel free to post your feature wish-list on the Reqwireless forum at http://www.reqwireless.com/forum
  8. #28  
    Quote Originally Posted by Reqwireless
    > By far the best browser ever created for the Treo 600. Faster, Better, Nicer.

    Cheers, good to hear.

    > Few minors issues/desired-features but it's on the right track.

    Feel free to post your feature wish-list on the Reqwireless forum at http://www.reqwireless.com/forum
    tried to join your forum with RW and got registered as a minor somehow so will post here...

    editing bookmarks only works with top bookmark. am i missing something?
  9. #29  
    also, any way that WV could be default browser?
  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    editing bookmarks only works with top bookmark. am i missing something?
    Short answer: you need to press the center of the 5-Way Navigation Key in order to select a bookmark. More detailed instructions at:
    http://www.reqwireless.com/support_f...treo-bookmarks
    http://www.reqwireless.com/wv-3.5/tr...html#bookmarks

    More detailed answer: the Java List control that displays the list of bookmarks simply does not behave in a standard, intuitive way. As a result, bookmarks didn't really work properly in the generic WebViewer release, and while all bookmark operations are indeed accessible in 3.5.2, the experience is still suboptimal. We reported this issue to our contact at palmOne before the general release of the IBM/WME Java runtime, but unfortunately to no avail.
  11. #31  
    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    also, any way that WV could be default browser?
    Unfortunately not. We investigated and reported on this issue at:
    http://www.reqwireless.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=50
  12. #32  
    thanks! still love it
  13. #33  
    I think you should reconsider how you do your trial version. I downloaded this yesterday, clicked around a little bit, went to two sites, liked the speed, made a few bookmarks (kind of kludgy), noticed that there was no scroll bar, went to make sure posting worked on my site, and I get the trial message saying there's a limited number of accesses per day. This morning (a new calendar day), I try again, same message. If I'm going to put the money down for this program, I'd like to give it a full fledged trial. I use my treo quite a bit for surfing. I need to figure out if this browser supports the sites I visit, and also if the speed difference is significant enough from blazer with a proxy to warrant spending the money. I don't think the extremely limited trial is going to allow me to do that. Either have a time limited demo (2 weeks or something - which I think you do) or have a maximum page views trial (like 150 page views before it locks up) but a small daily limit, in my opinion is stupid. I will not purchase the software unless I can determine if it is worthwhile, and I'm not going to waste 2 weeks trying 10 pages daily to make sure it works. That's a waste of my time and I end up just getting mad at the developers. There's a reason other software doesn't have as silly of a trial period - it doesn't provide good marketing because you upset potential customers with the absurd limitations. The product overall looks good, but I'm not going to support a company that is going to upset me every day I try to use their trial product.
  14. #34  
    Quote Originally Posted by biscoradio
    I think you should reconsider how you do your trial version.
    I agree. I ultimately bought the webbrowser and am very happy with it, but the trial was extremely frustrating. The only reason I bought it was the reviews from TreoCentral members--and *not* because of the actual product during the trial period.
    "Oooh oooh aaah aaah! Slap!" - MAdMoNKEY
  15. #35  
    I previously bought Webviewer primarily for the speed, but now 3.5.2 has provided significant update that makes using it more pleasurable.

    Good job, Reqwireless!
    <br>
    "What counts most in creating a successful team is not how compatible its players are, but how they deal with incompatibility." - Sports Illustrated
  16. #36  
    Quote Originally Posted by Reqwireless
    Well it's finally here...
    Thanks, Reqwireless! This new version is awesome! Love the T600 support!
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    #37  
    v3.5.2 won't accept my exchanged key. I'd registered WebViewer previously, but it looks like the latest version for the treo won't accept keys for previous versions. From their purchasing page, it looks like the treo600 specific version is $10 more ($29.99 instead of $19.99 for the java). Anyone know whether one can pay the difference to upgrade to 3.5.2?
  18. #38  
    Can you let me know in practical terms how the Webveiwer is better, as i am thinking Iwill d/load it. What can I do better with it ? Thanks,,,
  19. #39  
    Quote Originally Posted by sbono13
    v3.5.2 won't accept my exchanged key. I'd registered WebViewer previously, but it looks like the latest version for the treo won't accept keys for previous versions. From their purchasing page, it looks like the treo600 specific version is $10 more ($29.99 instead of $19.99 for the java). Anyone know whether one can pay the difference to upgrade to 3.5.2?
    you dont have to pay more, just go to support on their site, do a key exchange with your old key and they'll email you a new one almost instantly.

    good luck
  20. #40  
    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    you dont have to pay more, just go to support on their site, do a key exchange with your old key and they'll email you a new one almost instantly.

    good luck
    Actually that's not correct. I was having the same trouble. I exchanged keys and the new key wouldn't work. Here's the response I got from Reqwireless Support:
    ------------------------
    The issue seems to be you purchased (and used) WebViewer for a non-Treo
    device and, now that the Treo-optimized version is out (and $10 more
    expensive than the generic one you bought), this exchanged key is not enough
    to enable WebViewer 3.5.2 (Treo-specific version). So, you really have 2
    choices: Install the JAR version of WebViewer on the Treo (ie: the
    non-optimized version) which will register with your exchanged key below, or
    purchase the Treo-optimized version at http://www.reqwireless.com/buy
    ------------------------

    There doesn't appear to even be an upgrade option. Looks like you have to pay full price $29, even if you've already got a registered non-Treo version. I was kinda surprised by that.
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