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    In Blazer "Disconnect" has always been the last option under "Page" after pressing the menu key. Suddenly under "Disconnect" I have this option "Save Source to Memo". I haven't installed anything or changed any settings lately. Anyone know where this came from?
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    It seems to be displayed only when you have Easter Eggs turned on in Prefs->Power.
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    Thanks for the reply. I would have never connected that to the easter egg.

    What an odd side-effect of have the easter egg function enabled.
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    I wonder if the easter eggs turns on options in other menus as well??? ...anyone find anymore additions like this 'Save Source to Memo" ?
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    I just noticed that also, and I have my little egg on! This is why the government will never use palms..no easter eggs allowed.
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    Fascinating. I use "Save to memo' frequently. I have had the easter egg on so long, that it did not occur to me that I may be seeing "extras." I assumed the save to memo function was standard.

    Good find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oclv_9900
    What an odd side-effect of have the easter egg function enabled.
    Not really -- from a PalmOS programing point of the view, the easter egg in the Power panel is just another system pref - "Enable Easter eggs", and you retrieve its state just the same as say, "Enable Beam Receive".

    It's just the UI for the Easter egg pref that's a bit unusual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deanfx
    I just noticed that also, and I have my little egg on! This is why the government will never use palms..no easter eggs allowed.
    Then you'd better tell them to get off of all their microsoft products
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    Hi,

    I'm a new 650 user and I can't seem to find the "Disconnect" on Blazer v4.0.
    Does it exist on this version or am I missing something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by markymike
    Hi,

    I'm a new 650 user and I can't seem to find the "Disconnect" on Blazer v4.0.
    Does it exist on this version or am I missing something?
    From what I've seen the Sprint version of Blazer does not have a Disconnect button.

    Why would you want to disconnect anyway? Being connected doesn't really make a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarc
    Why would you want to disconnect anyway? Being connected doesn't really make a difference.
    Really? I thought CDMA 650's were unable to receive incoming calls if a data connection is active?
    Palm Pilot Personal -> Palm III -> Palm IIIx -> Visor Prism -> Clie TJ37 -> Treo 650 -> GSM Centro
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetkins
    Really? I thought CDMA 650's were unable to receive incoming calls if a data connection is active?
    Only if you are actively transferring data (arrows are green). When you have a data connection but the arrows are grey, you can receive calls.

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