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  1. #41  
    The side-button app also launches if you use Graffiti Anywhere and use the side-button for activation. Oh well. I set Graffiti Anywhere to use a different button.
  2.    #42  
    ... the incompatiblity is that if you reset the 'hold time' in keycaps, it affects how long the side button must be held to turn the lights on and off too. Since the side button is somewhat awkward to press and release *extremely* quickly, it's possible to set things up so that it's difficult to use the side button without triggering the keyboard lights.

    It's not exactly a keycaps bug, and it's not exactly a keyshades bug. But it's easier for me to work around in keyshades than in keycaps.
  3. #43  
    Do you know of a utility to disable the Volume control buttons for the Treo 650? Appreciate work doing>
    NorManley
  4. #44  
    I should have added I want the volume at Max. all the time but keep inadvertently pressing the volume button changing the setting, and have to keep checking
    NorManley
  5.    #45  
    Jeff Gibson is working on software that looks like it may do something like what you want: http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...ad.php?t=82434
  6. #46  
    doomsey,
    I love keyshades -- thank you. However, it seems to stop working after I use The Core Media Player. Another thread mentioned that KBLightsOff conflicts with TCMP as well because somehow TCMP tweaks the keyboard lights (I don't know if that's true).

    I wish I could give you a link to the thread, but I'm newbie at all of this.
  7.    #47  
    The glitch you described appears to be a TCPMP bug - it's not restoring the state of the keyboard lights as it should when you exit the application while it's still in full screen mode.

    It's easy to work around; just exit the full screen mode before you hit an application key to exit TCPMP.

    I'll think about adding code to keyshades to work around this type of problem, though, at the same time I make a few other changes I've been thinking of. But I'm not sure when I'll get to it; it certainly won't be in the next few days.
  8. #48  
    doomsey,

    keyshades (and McPhling and Butler side button) seems to stop working after I quit Ms PACMan.

    Here is an excuse to buy that game (to debug keyshades) :-)
    --
    Aloke
    Cingular GSM
    Software:Treo650-1.17-CNG
    Firmware:01.51 Hardware:A
  9.    #49  
    If you purchase me a copy of Ms PacMan I will think about fixing it.
  10. #50  
    doomsey,
    Thanks for the input. I tested it out tonight and it seems that keyshades will stop working anytime I use TCPMP in full screen mode -- even if I exit full screen mode before I switch to a different application. Using it with the normal sized screen is fine.

    I am using TCPMP 0.65
  11.    #51  
    if you turn the keyboard lights on using keyshades before entering the full screen mode, and exit full screen mode before exiting TCPMP, you will avoid the need to reboot.

    Since this is actually TCPMP bugginess, I'm going to wait a bit and see if they fix it before I try to figure out a workaround.
  12. #52  
    you may want to look into this...but its nothing major..just an annoyance...when in blazer if you hit the side key to turn on the keyboard lights, heheh it causes the browser to go to the previous page (ie its a back button). I love the program though...its amazing
  13.    #53  
    Quote Originally Posted by hofo_mofo
    you may want to look into this...but its nothing major..just an annoyance...when in blazer if you hit the side key to turn on the keyboard lights, heheh it causes the browser to go to the previous page (ie its a back button). I love the program though...its amazing
    Yeah, I know. It annoys me too, but there are some work arounds - the easiest is hitting menu-G to open the "Go To URL" box before you turn the keyboard lights on or off. I may at some point put a workaround into keyshades, but it won't be in the near future.

    Also, in case anyone uses it, I uploaded a new version of reset netlib. It features a remarkably ugly new icon and (hopefully) fixes the problem where the network would not shut down if no background application is using the network. As before, the file can be found at http://www.nekito.net/~sachs/palm/reset-netlib.zip.
  14. #54  
    Quote Originally Posted by doomsey
    if you turn the keyboard lights on using keyshades before entering the full screen mode, and exit full screen mode before exiting TCPMP, you will avoid the need to reboot.

    Since this is actually TCPMP bugginess, I'm going to wait a bit and see if they fix it before I try to figure out a workaround.
    Hmmm. I tried turning on the lights before entering full screen mode on TCPMP and exited full screen mode before exiting TCPMP and keyshades still doesn't work afterwards. I'm not sure if it's something with my apps & configuration or what. Anyone else having issues with keyshades + TCPMP?

    Overall, however, it's a minor inconvenience compared to how great I think both programs are.
  15.    #55  
    I changed keyshades to work around the TCPMP bug (and any similar bugs in other programs). The new version is a lot more persistant about keeping the keyboard light states the way it expects them to be; amoung other changes, it'll now reset the state of the lights whenever a new application launches.

    http://www.nekito.net/~sachs/palm/keyshades.zip
  16. #56  
    doomsey,
    Thanks for the update, but is that link correct? It hasn't been working all day.

    <<edit: link still doesn't work, but mytreo.net software section seems to have the updated version>>
    Last edited by SFTreo650; 05/13/2005 at 05:19 PM.
  17. #57  
    I just came across this..seems to be very intresting and helpful...
  18. #58  
    I have tried the new version of keyshades and it works perfectly. Thank you, doomsey.
  19. #59  
    Quote Originally Posted by shneor
    Mine defaults to 99, and make very nice 6x4 color prints.
    Wow, you must be kidding. My 650 produces overcontrasted, poorly focused, overly saturated shots with no real look the the picture at all, looks almost like it's been ran through an 'artistic' filter in Photochop.
  20. #60  
    Quote Originally Posted by khaytsus
    Wow, you must be kidding. My 650 produces overcontrasted, poorly focused, overly saturated shots with no real look the the picture at all, looks almost like it's been ran through an 'artistic' filter in Photochop.
    Ditto. My camera is almost unusable.
    My dog is always hungry! He's like an eating machine. The Eating 650 with blue tooth.


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