Is there any chance that the other option for entry, Decuma, will ever be available to Palm units like the T3?
I thought I read somewhere that it does work on the Palm products.
I have never tried it but maybe I can see if I can copy it off of my NX and transfer it onto my T#.
Well the files are locked in the ROM.
JackSprat has not been offered for the NX80v to date.
Unless I can find someone with the app's on a unit that JackSprat has been made to work on were out of luck.
It is only the two files you mention above and you DO NOT HOTSYNC THEM. You must COPY them from a SD card or BEAM them from another Palm. If you HotSync them you'll be completely locked up and it wil require a Hard Reset.
After I copied these files to my T3 I still have the Mid Caps withouth a problem. This works in any mode, on the VG, on the screen etc.... I don't even have to write on top of the center line like mentioned above, just to the right side of the ABC area.
You said only 2?
I used all 3.
Which one are you saying is not needed?
And I am sorry I meant to type you must sync them over to your card and then move them over.
You listed one file twice, Graffiti Library.prc
Oh I stand corrected.
Can't find two Graffiti1 files
Can't seem to replace G2 by G1 on my new TungstenE.
I have a PalmV running OS 3.1 (Graffiti1 included) & downloaded FileZ. I open that up on the device, check the ROM checkbox, and still can't find files Graffiti Library.prc or Graffiti Library_enUS.prc. I searched/filtered by both name and size and still couldn't find either...
The only two files I can find which include the word "graffiti" are Graffiti Shortcut (creator: graf) and Graffiti Demo (creator: gdem). I tried beaming these to my new T/E to see if these were just alternate names, but at least one of the files was incompatible with OS5 (i.e. failed again at replacing annoying G2). Anyone have any idea of what I should try next?
Those files will not be on your Palm V. They were only ever on the Tungsten T (the only Palm branded OS 5 device to ship with Graffiti 1). You need to find someone with a T|T and ask them to copy them off for you, or go into a computer store who still has a working demo unit of the T|T on display and copy them off of there. Ask around. Someone may still have the files here that can e-mail them to you.
They can also be found on a Clie if you have one.
I am very happy with G2
( you need time, G2 is ok. )
I also switched to G1..... I am not exepriencing any problems (as described) .... After using palms for over 7 years, I don't want to have to learn a new input system.... At this point I can write in graphitti as fast as I can write on paper ....
a few questions for T3 users with G1 installed:
does midcap work without any 3rd party soft?
does write-anywhere work?
does the wide/triple area VG work?
any probs switching between keyboard/VG by holding down control bar icon?
any probs/conflicts you've noticed?
I have been using G1 for a while without problem.
The midcap feature of the two-part VG screen works
The write-anywhere feature works fine
The wide/triple area VG works and produces lower case in the left area, upper in the middle, and numbers on the right (it is my VG of choice, in fact)
The switch from VG to wide VG to keyboard works the same as it did before
So, you get all the comfort and convenience of the T3 with the bonus of not having to learn a new (and slower, in my opinion) way to write
Still using G2 but tempted...
I hated G2 when I started using it, but have mostly adapted to it. I still hate the "i", "k" and "t", but I love the midcap feature. Now that I know I can have G1 AND midcap, I'm tempted to try G1 on my T3. Thanks for all the info.
On a related note, there's one character that I've never ever succeeded in making, even after repeated trips to the G2 help screen and many attempts. It's the "@" symbol. I always get some other character. Has anyone else run into this, and do you have a workaround (not counting the keyboard, of course!)?
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