changing graffiti-2 to graffiti-1
does anyone know how to change graffiti-2 tograffiti-1? is there a patch program that's available for this? i'm not a fan of the new graffiti style writing. i've used the old graffiti for years and to change it now is too much for me.
Take a look at this
or attached file
I was looking for something like this also! I dislike the grffiti2, after using the old graffiti for about 5 years!
How does this work? Just smiple hotsynch installation? Any conlficts with Palm OS5?
Off course I will not have a chance to test it until my TJ35 comes back from SONY after they fix (I hope) the backlight.
And don't forget this useful little program after changing back to Graffiti 1: http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?f...re&prodid=45513
One note from someone who crashed a TJ25 doing this incorrectly....
Do NOT install the files via hotsync. Copy to Memory Stick & then transfer the files as per the instructions.
And Crossing Over as suggested is a great freeware program to use the Caps feature without having to shift...the only feature of Graffiti-2 that i liked...
one more question, what is the difference between grafitti 1 or two, they both feel the same. I have been using decuma, and let me tel you it is really nice.
The differences are truly minor, and I like Grafitti2 better now that I am used to it. The main differences in daily writing are the way you draw about 3 letters, and do caps.
Decuma is an awesome little tool although I rarely have to bring it up, I only use it do symbols now that I have Grafitti2 all figured out.
thanks for the heads up. I will keep it mind when my TJ35 comes from SONY
Punctuation is also slightly different. Took me a while to figure it out.
I have used Graffiti 1 (then known as plain old graffiti...we were innocent....didn't know they could and would change it on us) since my Palm IIIc days. So, it is habit - so much so, that sometimes when I write with pen and paper I use graffiti without thinking.
So, I was overjoyed when I discovered this little fix. Works like a charm. Just remember to follow the instructions. And since I don't have an SD, I hoped the instructions applied to the MS card....and they did.
I may be alone in this, but when I first got my NX80V I had two initial disappointments (my only two). First, I realized I didn't like Graffitti 2. Graffiti 1 is much easier. Second (and here' where I may be alone), Decuma crashed my brand new NX! I had absolutely nothing loaded as it was literally new in the box just 5 minutes earlier, so I know there was no conflict with a third party program. I was looking forward to using it, but I can't.
I switched back to G2 and my NX hasn't crashed since. I'm just curious... anybody else have this problem with Decuma crashing their machine?
Also, any pos or neg experiences with Teal Script on an NX80V?
I checked out the PalmInfocenter link and it looks like I'll need to get a couple original Graffiti system files from somewhere or someone:
Graffiti Library.prc, size: 30k, creator: grft
Graffiti Library_enUS.prc, size 22k, creator: grft
Graffiti Library_esES.prc, size ???, creator: grtf (i need because I'm, Spanish)
Can anyone post them, e-mail them to me, or point me to where I can download them?
Thanks. I hated crossing the T's and dotting the I's.Works great. I use Graffitti Anywhere and the combination is terrific.
Crashin' and Burnin' on Graffiti 1 Install
I've crashed my TJ37 a couple of times trying to install the Graffiti 1 libraries.
I'm following the instructions, except for disabiling Tealskin etc because my Clie is brand new. I haven't installed any Graffiti substitutes.
THis is what I'm doing:
1) Copying the two files to Memory Stick via Data Import (The instructions say to use Quick Install...don't know what that is...)
2) Moving each file in order from the MS to the Handheld using FileZ. (I also did it a couple of times using Clie Files.)
3) Pressing the reset button.
Can anyone help???
PS My TJ37 is a Japanese Palm. Is that why it is not taking the new (old ) files...
Hi. I'm also one of those who like graffiti1 more than graffiti2.
I did exactly the same steps you listed. There was no crash at all. That means maybe Japanese Palm OS is causing the problem you are having?
I'm a Japanese but have never used Japanese OS clie with graffiti2, so I'm not totally sure... :-(
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