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    #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by Flash!
    I believe you simply "tap" with the mouse. At least, that's what worked on the 650 emulator.
    Hmm... doesn't seem to work for the 600.
  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by jzxu
    Hmm... doesn't seem to work for the 600.
    Use the 5 key on the number pad, but make sure numlock is off.
  3. #23  
    Guys... I recently did this whole PODS download and development using PODS, then downloading the palmOne specific headers etc. I wish I could just write this all up in one post and help y'all right away. I'll try to writeup a "How to 'really' get started" FAQ and send out a link when I get a chance.
    In the meanwhile, try opening a new project in PODS, and select the sample app template, its a good way to get started for generic palm development.
    Once you get a hang of that then download the palmOne specific headers that allow you to gain access of the 5-way. I had to manually tweak my makefile to compile with these headers and link with their library.
    For API help :
    http://www.palmos.com/dev/support/do...panionTOC.html
    http://www.palmos.com/dev/support/do.../ToolsTOC.html

    Keymappings I found from a file were:
    4- Key mapping

    The UI is vastly mouse (pen) driven. There are a few important keys to know
    however:

    esc -> power key
    page up -> up key
    page down -> down key
    F1 to F4 -> applicative hard keys
    F5 -> toggles cursor coordinates reporting on or off
    pause/attn-> simulates a shortcut .. stroke. The user can then *draw* a
    number or character sequence


    Control Keys:

    Control+A Displays the menu
    Control+C Command character
    Control+D Confirmation character.
    Control+E Displays the application launcher
    Control+F Displays the onscreen keyboard
    Control+I Jump to the Find Dialog
    Control+K Jump to the Calculator app
    Control+M Enters a linefeed character
    Control+N Jumps to the next field
    Control+P Jumps to the previous field
    Control+R Does a soft reset
    Contorl+Shift+R Does a hard reset
    Control+S Automatic off character
    Control+Pause Enters the 68K debugger

    The following shortcuts are not supported by the NT Simulator:
    Control+B Low battery warning
    Control+T Sets or unsets hard contrasts
    Control+U Turns backlighting on or off


    Most others keys can be used to input text while a field is active.

    It seems to be missing the "Home" key which acts as the 'select' button of the 5-way.

    If you are curious to know what I wrote up.. its at:
    http://bhutech.homeip.net/~sidster/T...om_finder.html

    Its probably not useful to the general crowd, since it has specifics of where I work.

    More later,
    Sid Vajirkar
    Unlocked 650
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    #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by vajirkar
    It seems to be missing the "Home" key which acts as the 'select' button of the 5-way.
    For some reason I tried every key I could think of except that one, including mashing down on the keyboard randomly. You'd think that they would make it something obvious like enter or space.

    Anyway, thanks for the help.
  5. #25  
    Is anyone developing Palm apps with the full featured open source compiler "Dev C++" at...
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/dev-cpp/

    A mini-guide to compile a Palm "Hello World" program would be nice.
    Sprint Pre, Mugen 2800mah battery
  6. #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by Joebar
    It's a shame none of the actual *developers* on this site that hawk their programs and get tons of support and sales from the members here haven't posted anything here
    Sorry about that! I didn't even see this thread until now. Been so busy with ProfileCare that my time has been devoted to that Forum beta thread.

    I am more than willing to help anyone that wants to get started developing for the Treo! The best way right now is to AOL IM me at GoTreo. For those that are serious about getting started can help me with some of my developement projects! Call it a mentorship program. http://discussion.treocentral.com/im...ilies/wink.gif

    Jeff
  7. #27  
    That someone can be so happy about programming this !@)*$$@)*$ thing amazes me.



    (never thought I'd actually *miss* java)
  8. #28  
    By the way, Quartus Forth just released an all new version of Quartus Forth version 2.0 which offers many new features and allows for compiling apps right on the Treo itself. http://www.quartus.net/products/forth/. There is a free evaluation version and great support on the discussion boards.
  9. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by jeffgibson
    Sorry about that! I didn't even see this thread until now. Been so busy with ProfileCare that my time has been devoted to that Forum beta thread.
    Thx for checkin in


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