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  1. #21  
    I do! Great stuff. Clielook is now on wife's 650 and will go on mine tomorrow....

    Quote Originally Posted by fazwarts
    Maybe you like to try my Zlauncher themes. I have just modified them to include the signal indicator. The themes should work fine on the Treo 650 and they are free.

    Clean Clielook Zlauncher theme, Download here

    http://home.hetnet.nl/~fenpzwarts/PL...AP/hrcapt6.jpg


    Palmlook Zlauncher theme, Download here

    http://home.hetnet.nl/~fenpzwarts/PL...enshot0000.jpg
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  2. #22  
    How 'bout the Mac OSX theme? It's shown in the zLauncher manual, but I can't find it in the software or online. Thanks!
    -Vincent
  3. #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by IamVincent
    How 'bout the Mac OSX theme? It's shown in the zLauncher manual, but I can't find it in the software or online. Thanks!
    -Vincent
    There are more Mac ZLauncher skins than you can shake a stick at...

    iPalm Theme at PalmGear (Commercial, $2.75)
    http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?fu...1&prodID=79687

    PalmSpirit ZLauncher Skin Section (All Free - Appears to be about half-a-dozen Mac variants here, look through all 6 pages of them):
    http://www.palmspirit.com/phpmalogit...at.php3?cat=30

    Cheers
  4. #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by mattTarr
    fazwarts... I really appreciate what you have done... I was having a helluva time trying to like zLauncher (long time LauncherX fan)... but your "palmLook" has made it happen. I do have a question that maybe you could answer given your zLauncher expertise... I wanted a function button to toggle bluetooth on and off... when I didn't find one I thought the next best thing would be to put the bluetooth app on the top bar... but the icon doesn't show??? any idea why this might be? can it not scale that particular icon to fit?

    or is there a better way to accomplish what I am after anyway?
    As far as I know there is no possibility to place a bluetooth icon on the top bar. You might want to try Bttoggle which automatically enables bluetooth when neccessary and disables bluetooth on exitting a program. I use Bttoggle with my T3 and I don't look at my Bluetooth icon (on the statusbar) at all anymore.
  5. #25  
    Fazwarts are you familiar with "blueFang" it seems to do the same thing and is free.
    I use it a little, but what I really want the Bluetooth indicator for is to make sure I didn't leave it on.
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  6. #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by mattTarr
    Fazwarts are you familiar with "blueFang" it seems to do the same thing and is free.
    I use it a little, but what I really want the Bluetooth indicator for is to make sure I didn't leave it on.
    After seeing your post, I loaded Bluefang and really like what it is supposed to do - especially for FREE. BUT, it doesn't seem compatible with either the T650 or Zlauncher (?). If you're not in the phone app (and the screen is off), and the phone rings, it will not wake up and if you wake it up, it asks you if you want to turn bluetooth on (all the while you're missing your call). This is when you have auto-mode enabled (which is a simplistically perfect setup). If you're in the phone app, it works fine.

    I'm sending a note to the developer.
  7. #27  
    fazwarts's Clie skin is awesome!

    after searching through number of unsatisfying skins, I was about to create my own skin but.. now i can settle down and stop searching for a skin that works for Treo and still looks good :-)

    Thanks fazwarts!
  8. #28  
    Thank you all very much for your compliments. I'm glad that my skins also work on the Treo 650.
  9. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by mattTarr
    fazwarts... I really appreciate what you have done... I was having a helluva time trying to like zLauncher (long time LauncherX fan)... but your "palmLook" has made it happen. I do have a question that maybe you could answer given your zLauncher expertise... I wanted a function button to toggle bluetooth on and off... when I didn't find one I thought the next best thing would be to put the bluetooth app on the top bar... but the icon doesn't show??? any idea why this might be? can it not scale that particular icon to fit?

    or is there a better way to accomplish what I am after anyway?

    Actually you can add the Bluetooth application icon to either the top or bottom toolbar. Go to ZL preferences, grab the Top/Bot. Bar.

    Tap and hold then release in a blank spot in the toolbar (or if you want to change an existing icon you can tap and hold it), a popup with give you the option of what you want to add. Choose Apps, grad the Bluetooth application and viola'
  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by treo2die4
    Actually you can add the Bluetooth application icon to either the top or bottom toolbar. Go to ZL preferences, grab the Top/Bot. Bar.

    Tap and hold then release in a blank spot in the toolbar (or if you want to change an existing icon you can tap and hold it), a popup with give you the option of what you want to add. Choose Apps, grad the Bluetooth application and viola'
    Great tip that applies to any application. ZL is very configurable. However I believe the discussion was pointed at the BT indicator icon that is at the top of the phone and launcher screens on a stock 650, not the BT application itself. The goal to have the same indication function within the ZL main screen that you have in both the phone and stock application launcher.

    Cheers
  11. #31  
    Quote Originally Posted by fazwarts
    Maybe you like to try my Zlauncher themes. I have just modified them to include the signal indicator. The themes should work fine on the Treo 650 and they are free.

    Clean Clielook Zlauncher theme, Download here

    http://home.hetnet.nl/~fenpzwarts/PL...AP/hrcapt6.jpg


    Palmlook Zlauncher theme, Download here

    http://home.hetnet.nl/~fenpzwarts/PL...enshot0000.jpg

    NICE THEMES!! Thanks for sharing!
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  12. #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by mattyparanoid
    Great tip that applies to any application. ZL is very configurable. However I believe the discussion was pointed at the BT indicator icon that is at the top of the phone and launcher screens on a stock 650, not the BT application itself. The goal to have the same indication function within the ZL main screen that you have in both the phone and stock application launcher.

    Cheers
    I understood the question to be since the app. could not be added as an icon to toggle on and off that he was looking to add the app. to be able to open it and then toggle it on and off. The latter you can do in either toolbar, though you can't see the icon, it is there for you to tap on and open the application.
  13. #33  
    Quote Originally Posted by mattyparanoid
    Make sure JpegLib is installed. It is in the plugins directory of the ZLauncher download. Then install the jpg onto the SD Card (usually in the Palm\Programs\ZLauncher\BackImage directory). Once all is installed, navigate to the jpg and drag it to the CreateShortcut/BackImage icon on the Cardtools toolbar.

    That should do it. There is also a converter that cost $2.50 available here that will make the .pdb file for you on your pc.

    http://festus440.happypalm.com/

    You could also convert the jpeg to a bmp and then just rename the bmp with the file extension .pdb and then sync it to the palm via hotsync.

    Here is the long version from the manual:

    Setting Background

    Converting Background Image: ZLauncher can directly convert BMP/PGP/JPG files into background image databases. There's 3 ways for converting your own background image files:
    Drag a supported picture file to the Create BackImage/ShortCut button of the Card Tools Panel , then it will be converted into a background image, and set as the current background image automatically.
    Tap on the supported picture file for one second, then select Back Image from the popup menu. Then it will be converted into a background image, and set as the current background image automatically.
    Go to the Theme Manager, then open the BackImage, select a picture file, then tap the Select button from the pop up Operating Dialog. When you tap the OK button to exit the Theme Manager, the selected picture file be converted into a background image, and set as the current background image automatically.
    Note:
    The JPG support requires Sony JpegUtil Library or JpegLib.
    Sony JpegUtil Library is a built-in library on some Sony Clie handhelds(NR series and Clie T650C/T665C/T675C and all Clie OS5 models). However, if you install the Sony JpegUtil Library(JEPG_Library.prc and JPEG_Util_Library.prc) to your handheld, the JPG support maybe work on the handheld(except for other OS5 handhelds than the Clie ones). You can find the Sony JpegUtil Library in the ROM of the above listed handheld models. NOTE: WE TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR USING THE Sony JpegUtil Library, YOU USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK.
    JpegLib for Palm is a PalmOS port of the Independent JPEG Group JpegLib, which is ported by Yves Piguet.
    JpegLib for Palm can be used on all handheld models. You can visit http://www.nyctergatis.com/jpeglib/index.html for the latest news of JpegLib for Palm.
    Sony JpegUtil Library is much faster than JpegLib, so if Sony JpegUtil Library is available on your handheld, you don't need to install JpegLib.
    Sony JpegUtil Library dose not support progressive Jpeg files. If you want to convert progressive Jpeg files, you need to install JpegLib.
    If the background image database is converted in the Theme Manager, it will be marked as a temporary background image. Once you change to other background image, temporary background image will be deleted from RAM automatically. If you want to use it on other handhelds, you need to first copy it from RAM to the expansion card via ZLauncher, so that ZLauncher can mark it as a normal background image so that it won't be deleted on other handhelds.
    If you want to get the best quality of the converted back image, you should change the display color to the proper depth before converting the image. For example, if the picture file is 16-bit color depth, you should change the display mode to 64K colors mode before the conversion.
    If the current display color depth is less than the color depth of the background image, it will not be available. For example, if the color depth of the background image is 16-bit, and the current display color depth is 8-bit(256 colors), then the background image will not be displayed.
    Modifying the picture files on desktop computer before the conversion is recommended.
    If there is no expansion card available for your handheld, you can convert the picture file in PalmOS Emulator which can do the job, then export the converted background image database from the PalmOS Emulator, and synchronize it to your handheld.
    ZLauncher supports all color depths of supported picture files. No exact dimension limitation for the picture files. If the background image is smaller than the screen, ZLauncher will tile the background image to full fill the screen.
    To import BMP/JPG files to the expansion card, you can use some 3rd-party software such as SyncWizard, Card Export, PalmDisk. If you are using a Sony Clie, you also can use MS Import/Data Import. You also can import picture with Quick Install Tool which is bundled with PalmDesktop 4.1. Importing the picture files to the /Palm/Programs/ZLauncher/BackImage/ directory is recommended, so that the Theme Manager can recognize them.
    If you don't have an expansion card on your handheld, you can try PalmRAMDisk to create a virtual expansion card, then import picture files onto the virtual expansion card and then convert the pictures into background image databases.
    You may also try ZLauncher Background Converter by Robert Eaton, to easily create ZLauncher background image on MS Windows.

    Setting Current Background Image: You can change the background image with the installed images. Go to the Theme Manager, then open the BackImage page, select one of the list background image, then tap the OK button.
    WARNING: Do NOT insert or remove the expansion card when it is busy to avoid any damage to it.

    Can anyone help out a z Launcher newbie on the above? Trying to set a back image up for the first time. I have JpeLib installed and a selection of Jpeg's on my SD card. When I open SplashPhoto I can view all my installed Jpegs, but when in I select the SD folder in Z Launcher they seem not to be there!

    Anyone?
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