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    I am wondering if there is anyway to save pics when I'm surfing in the internet.
    I have the pre-installed blazer and a trial xiino3.3e.

    Anybody has achieved this?
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    I use BugMe Notepad for this, it has a screen grab function (available from electricpocket.com). There are other programmes that do it as well I believe. I think Diddle Bug does too. These only save what's on the screen- not the actual picture displayed btw.

    Hope of some use....
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    blazer on 600 had no prob dwld pics off webpages.... why can't blazer on 650 do that?
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    thx hicks! it works
    not perfect but good enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex T
    I am wondering if there is anyway to save pics when I'm surfing in the internet.
    I have the pre-installed blazer and a trial xiino3.3e.

    Anybody has achieved this?
    You can save pics on Blazer 4 on Treo 650 by tapping and holding the pic you want to save for about 2 seconds and it will give you the option to save it in ram or sd card.
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    I see. but I am a 600 user and it doesn't seem to be a blazer4.0 for 600 in the market.

    Hope p1 would release a 600 version someday soon.

    btw, is there anybody that tried to install blazer4.0 pulled out from the rom of 650. maybe it would work!
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    I pulled the blazer 4 off the 650 rom emulator & tried it on 600 emulator & it sent it into continual resets.

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