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  1.    #1  
    Just curious.

    One of the reasons I would love to have the internet right there in the palm of my hand - be able to check traffic! A gps is nice to have - but having a real-time traffic report is even better.

    Here's the website I have my wife check for me if/when she's home and can check...

    http://www.sigalert.com/map.asp?Region=San+Diego

    Does this show up in the t600?

  2. #2  
    Using Blazer, the page comes up, but the map isn't very "viewable", nor is it interactive.
  3. #3  
    If you use "Wide Page Mode" instead of "Optimized Mode" in Blazer, you can see a usable map, but you have scroll around to look at it. You don't get the popup window for the dots, but you can still tap one of the dots to get that information.
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    What about this webpage ...

    http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist11/d11tmc/sdmap/mapmain.html

    this is another one that would be useful to reference.
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    Not that well because of the frames. I don't know if there is another browser available that handles frames better. Maybe Web Pro does, but I don't own it.
  6.    #6  
    i'm sure the ACE will render it better

    thx for the posts
  7. #7  
    Don't worry about it. I heard that the ACE has a special transmitter in it that changes RED lights to GREEN. No more trafffic for me....
  8.    #8  
    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by NXTLwants2quit
    What about this webpage ...

    http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist11/d11tmc/sdmap/mapmain.html

    this is another one that would be useful to reference.
    WebPro displays it but the map is too small to be useful in my opinion.
    Treo 600 on T-Mobile since March 2004
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    hey - as long as I can see roads and colors, I'm fine with that.

    again, I'm sure the 610, with its better res screen and ability to handle frames, will display this info better.

    another good reason to wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NXTLwants2quit
    What about this webpage ...

    http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist11/d11tmc/sdmap/mapmain.html

    this is another one that would be useful to reference.
    I'd just bookmark the image since it changes with the updates...

    http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist11/d11tmc/...dmap/sdmap.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by NXTLwants2quit
    hey - as long as I can see roads and colors, I'm fine with that.

    again, I'm sure the 610, with its better res screen and ability to handle frames, will display this info better.

    another good reason to wait.


    Im so excited that it has been confirmed that the Treo Ace is going to handle frames. I wonder why other people have all the inside info, and not me. For a product that doesn't have a release date, official technical specs, and no official information or photos from the company that makes it, the Treo community is very well informed.
    I've never owned a "regular" phone, and never will.

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