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  1. #101  
    Quote Originally Posted by ahmontgo
    Some of the Blazer tips mentioned here are mentioned in the surprisingly useful menu item Options->Tips in Blazer.
    You can also use Blazer to access saved web pages or files on an SD card. I have maps saved in a folder named DCIM/Maps on an SD card named TREO. I can access, say, the CTA.gif map by typing in
    file:///TREO/DCIM/Maps/CTA.gif into Blazer.

    This works for entire HTML pages on an SD card as well. I usually keep various maps bookmarked.
    What if you haven't named the SD card? How do you refer to it then in Blazer?
  2. #102  
    Quote Originally Posted by mbressman
    What if you haven't named the SD card? How do you refer to it then in Blazer?
    the Card Info app will tell you the name of the card.
  3. #103  
    I don't believe this has been listed yet...in the camera app, you can make a custom 3 second audio clip to go on before you take a picture of somebody.

    So, you could make your clip, "Bob, I am taking a picture of you."

    Then it would do the play that clip, do the shutter sound and take the picture. Pretty cool little feature.

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  4. #104  
    Quote Originally Posted by TreoDave
    When those Favorite contacts are highlighted in the Phone App push the Spacebar and all of that contact's phone numbers are available!
    This is a great tip. Thanks.

    PS: One slight correction, only 4 numbers of the favorite contact's numbers become available, not 'all numbers'.
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  5. #105  
    Quote Originally Posted by ahmontgo
    the Card Info app will tell you the name of the card.
    Where does the card info app tell you the name of the card?

    If you scroll down to the bottom, it says some stuff, such as SD01G and Sandisk, but neither of them seems to work...?
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    #106  
    At the top of the page next to "Card:".
    The name shown is the name it was assigned. You can change it, or leave it as default.

    Mine says "SD-128", I gave it when I reformatted (from Palm, nice free gift).
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  7. #107  
    Quote Originally Posted by Druce MacFarlane
    2) Stupid Outlook trick: The caller ID picture is synchronized with outlook's contacts. It is far simpler to add pictures to your contacts in Outlook than it is to try and import them on your Treo.
    How do you enter/synch pictures with Outlook???
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    #108  
    Quote Originally Posted by magicman
    How do you enter/synch pictures with Outlook???
    You have to have a later version of Outlook that has the photo option. You also have to set the conduits to sync with Outlook and not Palm Desktop.
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    #109  
    Quote Originally Posted by mbressman
    What if you haven't named the SD card? How do you refer to it then in Blazer?
    The name of the card does not matter. "file:///" deals with the FAT format that is only available to the SD card, and unlike the Zodiac, there is only 1 place for that to be. It is considering it "root". You will have to name the folders, though, in a similar-to-unix fashion. The Palm does not use FAT, it uses NVFS in this unit. No heirarchy/folder system in that one.

    I use my card reader to stick everything in the base/root folder of the card, and then I don't have to type all that folder nonsense.
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  10. #110  
    The Treo650 can be used for creating a balanced Karma.

    After your treo 650 does a full reset for the 10th time in one day (usually at a critical moment), throwing it REALLY hard on the ground and stamping down repeatedly on it screaming 'i hate you muthaf***ing useless expensive device!', may significantly reduce your long term stress levels.
  11. #111  
    Quote Originally Posted by GalenMD
    One thing I miss from the 600 was the ability to jump from one SMS to the next without having to go back to the main SMS screen (there were "prev/next" arrows or something on the 600).
    Has anybody figured this one out?
    If you're using the Chat feature of Messaging, while in a Chat, keep pressing the left arrow until you have highlighted the name of the person you're chatting with, which is at the top (with a down arrow to the left of the name). Hit the center button, select another Chat you'd like to view. To immediately go to another Chat session, hit the center button again.
    Last edited by crenshaw; 04/15/2005 at 09:59 AM.
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  12. #112  
    Quote Originally Posted by ekerbuddy
    The Treo650 can be used for creating a balanced Karma.

    After your treo 650 does a full reset for the 10th time in one day (usually at a critical moment), throwing it REALLY hard on the ground and stamping down repeatedly on it screaming 'i hate you muthaf***ing useless expensive device!', may significantly reduce your long term stress levels.
    LOL
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  13. #113  
    This is a good candidate for a sticky, isn't it?
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  14. #114  
    Quote Originally Posted by crenshaw
    This is a good candidate for a sticky, isn't it?
    ...because we're starting to repeat ourselves. Read the whole thread. You'll see the same things two or three times.
    Go here if you're tired of being .
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  15. #115  
    Quote Originally Posted by gbobman
    You have to have a later version of Outlook that has the photo option. You also have to set the conduits to sync with Outlook and not Palm Desktop.
    I do sync with Outlook XP (2002?). Is that the version you are using or is it an even newer version.
    Thanks in advance
  16. #116  
    Quote Originally Posted by magicman
    I do sync with Outlook XP (2002?). Is that the version you are using or is it an even newer version.
    Thanks in advance
    The 'current' version is 'Outlook 2003' and this version has been out since August of 2003. Thanks to 'gbobman' I just realized that 'Outlook 2003' does really allow you to attach pictures for all contacts. I have been using Outlook 2003 ever since it came out in August of 2003 and I had not noticed this feature until now after 'gbobman' pointed it out. The embarassing thing is that the feature is right there in the front and not hidden away or anything and I still never noticed it.
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  17. #117  
    The default calc app has an advanced mode. Calculate weight/temp, length, area, volume, math, trig, finance, logic and statistics.

    To access advanced mode, select it from the menu, or alternatively, just hit right arrow. To go back to basic mode, tap left arrow.
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    #118  
    Quote Originally Posted by crenshaw
    The default calc app has an advanced mode. Calculate weight/temp, length, area, volume, math, trig, finance, logic and statistics.
    That has to be the one thing I missed most from the HandSprings I had before (deluxe and prism/visorphone). The company that made that calculator seems to be out of business, so I couldn't get that back. Now I have to figure out what files it uses so I can get Filez to send it to my Zodiac.

    Very cool app.
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  19. #119  
    That calculator you're talking about from Handspring is called Parens. The developer has dropped it long ago, but if you look in Google you you can still find an old Reg code for it.

    This is is a great find though. I tried many times (with FileZ and other ways) to beam that calc from an old Calc to my Palm III before finally finding the links to Parens. It's a bit easier to switch between modes on Parens, but otherwise looks almost identical.

    Ivory...
  20. #120  
    When you are in the calculator Ap, hitting the right arrow cycles through the advanced calculator modes. Hitting the left arrow always brings you back to the Basic Mode.

    Woops, missed the 2nd part of crenshaw's post

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