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  1. #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by sabre23t View Post
    I found RealVGA to be the most useful apps specific to my TreoPro. It's really great to be able to really use the 320x320 hires screen to show 25% more info than standard 320x240 screens.

    Using the hires to just display bigger smoother fonts and icons is a bit of a waste, I think.
    Which one?
    Or where would I dowload?
    Thanks
  2. #22  
    Someone try this and see if it works with the treo pro. I just read that were some problems with the real keyboard though...

    RealVGA 96dpi 320x320

    forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=430325
  3. #23  
    It works but tiny fonts. Also messes up the battery icon though if you use Batti as suggested in this forum, it's ok
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    how small is the font? because i tend to like small font so the screen isnt cluttered.
  5. #25  
    Is this the one you guys are using:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=327830
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  6. #26  
    I think your suppose to install
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  7. #27  
    Quote Originally Posted by extreme99 View Post
    how small is the font? because i tend to like small font so the screen isnt cluttered.
    Here's how my TreoPro Programs screen looks under RealVGA 96dpi and 128dpi modes. Yep, RealVGA is must have for TreoPro.
    Though, as Palmdoc says the battery icon is a bit messed up


    Quote Originally Posted by berdinkerdickle View Post
    Which one? Or where would I dowload? [...]
    Is this the one you guys are using: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=327830
    Yes, I used RealVGA_11.CAB and ResPack96dpi.ARM.CAB from the first post in that thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...28&postcount=1 posted by Tobias Waldvogel from 14sep07. He seems not to be active on XDA much since then though (yep more than a year).
    Last edited by sabre23t; 10/26/2008 at 11:54 PM.
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  8. #28  
    Quote Originally Posted by sabre23t View Post
    Here's how my TreoPro Programs screen looks under RealVGA 96dpi and 128dpi modes. Yep, RealVGA is must have for TreoPro.
    Though, as Palmdoc says the battery icon is a bit messed up



    I used RealVGA_11.CAB and ResPack96dpi.ARM.CAB from this post http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...28&postcount=1 by Tobias Waldvogel from 14sep07. He seems not to be active on XDA much since then though (yep more than a year).
    Thanks,
    That's the one I ended using.
    It messes up the default dialer right?
  9. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by berdinkerdickle View Post
    Thanks,
    That's the one I ended using. It messes up the default dialer right?
    Sorry forgot to mention. Make sure you *untick* the "Disable phone skin" box when switching DPI with RealVGA. Then TreoPro dialer works fine, even though it has a bit of a gap at the bottom, just above the softkeys.
    regards, sabre23t =^.^=
  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by sabre23t View Post
    Sorry forgot to mention. Make sure you *untick* the "Disable phone skin" box when switching DPI with RealVGA. Then TreoPro dialer works fine, even though it has a bit of a gap at the bottom, just above the softkeys.
    Thanks Again,

    I guess if I should have noticed that.
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  13. #33  
    All my previous PDA games (70+) do not run on 320x320! So freakin ANNOYING. Guess no more play time for me, its all business.
    Last edited by NewTreoProUser27; 10/28/2008 at 01:51 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kmg View Post
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    Tried Kinoma FreePlay. Liked it so much I bought it. Wish it had an advanced menu but it is super easy to use with your fingure and has a great looking interface.

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    Wish it had an advanced menu but it is super easy to use with your fingure and has a great looking interface.
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  16. #36  
    Recently I got a Treo Pro. The built-in calculator is not to my liking. So I went looking for a replacement. I tried many calculatops. All were hard to see, except for one; MathUPro. This is a great addition to my Treo Pro.
  17. #37  
    Does MathUPro fill up your entire screen? It only takes up the left top 240 x 240 on mine.
  18. #38  
    I do use Skype for IM and VoIP, it works well in TP.

    Since I am still at the stage of "playing" with my new toy (TP), I do need to soft re-set it often. Anyone knows a freeware would allow me to soft re-set? It is hard to always remove the battery door for the soft re-set.

    Thank U
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    Quote Originally Posted by publicid View Post
    I do use Skype for IM and VoIP, it works well in TP.

    Since I am still at the stage of "playing" with my new toy (TP), I do need to soft re-set it often. Anyone knows a freeware would allow me to soft re-set? It is hard to always remove the battery door for the soft re-set.

    Thank U
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  20. #40  
    I was preparing to hardware reset my TreoPro, and remembered freeware PPCPimBackup that I found previously on xda-developers . It a must have to me because it can backup all PIM information into txt/csv format (so can easily do further manipulation). Looks like the author dotfred have got his own website now http://www.dotfred.net/ and have more freeware goodies that I'll be trying. Such as, Task Manager (including process, apps, & netstatus) and Task Switcher (one handed hardware button switcher).

    Anyway, I've postponed my hardware reset, since the mysterious very very slow "directory scanning" problem I had gone away on its own. It appears to be something to do with the internal storage, because the "directory scanning" was slow even when I removed the microSD. Hopefully, it's cured itself permanently.
    regards, sabre23t =^.^=
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