David | 1 Jun 11:59 2007
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Re: Re: HTML Browser for palm

I know I'm very late replying but you might take a look at Dragon Edit
http://www.greendragonsoftware.com/software/palm/dragonedit/index.shtml

I don't use it but I know it is a html editor and iot claims to have a
preview section.

On 03/05/07, fjmancho <fjmancho@...> wrote:
>
>   --- In GtD_Palm@... <GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com>, "gkruijer"
> <mailinglists <at> ...> wrote:
> >
> > --- In GtD_Palm@... <GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com>, "fjmancho"
> <fjmancho <at> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi 27/4/07
> > >
> > > I would like to know whether someone knows a program able to browse
> > > directly HTML documents in your card.
> > >
> > > I know iSilo and Plucker but I would like to skip the process of
> > > conversion.
> > >
> > > I have a palm m515 and I am not looking for a very complicated
> > > application: just enough to read formatted text.
> > >
> > > Best regards
> > >
> > > Jos�
> > >
> >
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Fox Mulder | 5 Jun 02:04 2007
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Bonsai GTD Implementation Video Tutorials

I have just completed work on a trio
of video tutorials on how to implement
and use the Bonsai Palm Outliner for GTD.

http://www.palmorganized.com/?p=1

This explains in a very clear way how to
manage Next Actions, Contexts, Projects, Tickler info,
Someday/Maybes and even your Calendar in a
very simple system.

You are not limited to 16 categories since you don't
even use categories, keywords, or even filters to manage
contexts.

Navigation is very quick from Context to Next Actions
and you can see your Project Next Actions with just
a couple of clicks. It synchronizes with a desktop
version of the software that is a joy to use.

I welcome your feedback, comments, and/or questions.
You can even leave me a voice comment on my site.

As a bonus you can request a template of this outline
and I will email it to you and after a simple hotsync
you can start using it yourself if you think it would
be useful for you. All this is free. I am just looking to
build a rich Palm user community. I welcome you to join
my RSS Feed or email newsletters for more Palm tips, tricks,
hacks, and info. I have been working on this GTD Implementation
since 2006 and I think you'll find it a useful resource especially
for a group such as ours that is called GTD_Palm.

Thank you

Fox
http://www.palmorganized.com

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Steve | 5 Jun 19:41 2007
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OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

Hi All, Just wanted some opinions… I'm thinking about purchasing
Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5. I'm hesitant to do this
because I've had bad luck with DTG in the past. The old version of it
used to cause horrible HotSync crashes on my M515. Also, I got turned
off by the company because I'd get an email from them about some free
resource, but upon going to the website I'd just get directed through
a bunch of advertisements that would only lead to more advertisements…
That was a couple years ago. Today I downloaded the trial of Version
10. Already I've seen a couple of problems. When Installing it, my
HotSync froze. This might've been caused by another issue though.
Another glitch is that I imported an Excel 2007 spreadsheet. It was
about 450K, so I figure Sheet2Go should've been able to open it, but it
erred with "not enough memory to open." I flushed the cache, but that
didn't help. Maybe this has to do with the T5's NVFS—I dunno.
I'll cross-post this message on the pedit, GTD_Palm , and SmartListFree
groups. Have any T5 owners out there been running Docs to Go or
SmartList with Office 2007?? Thanks for any advice. -steve

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David | 5 Jun 19:45 2007
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Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

One word... Bonsai

--- In GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com, "Steve" <kunkel321 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Hi All, Just wanted some opinions… I'm thinking about purchasing
> Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5. I'm hesitant to do
this
> because I've had bad luck with DTG in the past. The old version of
it
> used to cause horrible HotSync crashes on my M515. Also, I got
turned
> off by the company because I'd get an email from them about some
free
> resource, but upon going to the website I'd just get directed
through
> a bunch of advertisements that would only lead to more
advertisements…
> That was a couple years ago. Today I downloaded the trial of
Version
> 10. Already I've seen a couple of problems. When Installing it,
my
> HotSync froze. This might've been caused by another issue though.
> Another glitch is that I imported an Excel 2007 spreadsheet. It
was
> about 450K, so I figure Sheet2Go should've been able to open it,
but it
> erred with "not enough memory to open." I flushed the cache, but
that
> didn't help. Maybe this has to do with the T5's NVFS—I dunno.
> I'll cross-post this message on the pedit, GTD_Palm , and
SmartListFree
> groups. Have any T5 owners out there been running Docs to Go or
> SmartList with Office 2007?? Thanks for any advice. -steve
>

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mikewrob | 6 Jun 14:55 2007

Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

Did you try Mobisystems office. I ran it on my T5 without any
problems. (I've got a 700p now).

--- In GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com, "Steve" <kunkel321 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Hi All, Just wanted some opinions… I'm thinking about purchasing
> Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5. I'm hesitant to do this
> because I've had bad luck with DTG in the past. The old version of it
> used to cause horrible HotSync crashes on my M515. Also, I got turned
> off by the company because I'd get an email from them about some free
> resource, but upon going to the website I'd just get directed through
> a bunch of advertisements that would only lead to more advertisements…
> That was a couple years ago. Today I downloaded the trial of Version
> 10. Already I've seen a couple of problems. When Installing it, my
> HotSync froze. This might've been caused by another issue though.
> Another glitch is that I imported an Excel 2007 spreadsheet. It was
> about 450K, so I figure Sheet2Go should've been able to open it, but it
> erred with "not enough memory to open." I flushed the cache, but that
> didn't help. Maybe this has to do with the T5's NVFS—I dunno.
> I'll cross-post this message on the pedit, GTD_Palm , and SmartListFree
> groups. Have any T5 owners out there been running Docs to Go or
> SmartList with Office 2007?? Thanks for any advice. -steve
>

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Bill Sheppard | 6 Jun 18:16 2007
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Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

Steve wrote:
> Hi All,  Just wanted some opinions…  I'm thinking about purchasing 
> Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5.  I'm hesitant to do this 
> because I've had bad luck with DTG in the past.
From an Office viewer standpoint I've been very impressed with Picsel
Proviewer (http://www.picselpowered.com/prod_proviewer.php). It has
great rendering technology which blows away any other package I've seen,
especially for .pdf's. It deals with native formats, however, so if your
device is memory constrained it may not be great for complex documents.

Bill
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Jaime Cobb | 6 Jun 19:32 2007

Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

I'm not all that impressed with DTG, and am using
it as a default since I paid for it. But when I
get around to it will research a new document
'ware for my T3.

RE: DTG, Not great on .pdf. Slow, but faster on
the T3 than my E2 - speed was intolerably slow on
the E2

I've liked wordsmith in the past. I'm not up on
the current word sculpting 'wares for Plam. I'm
curious what you decide on. I'll make a note of
Picsel, to look at later.

J

>Steve wrote:
>> Hi All, Just wanted some opinionsŠ I'm thinking about purchasing
>> Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5. I'm hesitant to do this
>> because I've had bad luck with DTG in the past.
>>From an Office viewer standpoint I've been very impressed with Picsel
>Proviewer (http://www.picselpowered.com/prod_proviewer.php). It has
>great rendering technology which blows away any other package I've seen,
>especially for .pdf's. It deals with native formats, however, so if your
>device is memory constrained it may not be great for complex documents.
>
>Bill
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>4220 Network Circle M/S USCA22-316
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bs27975 | 6 Jun 19:41 2007
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Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

--- In GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com, "David" <davidscottanderson <at> ...> wrote:
>
> One word... Bonsai
>
>
> --- In GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com, "Steve" <kunkel321 <at> > wrote:
> >
> > Hi All, Just wanted some opinions… I'm thinking about purchasing
> > Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5.
.
.
.

Are you saying Bonsai converts MS Office documents for Palm viewing
(editing?) for you? [Which is what he's asking about.]

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James Shubinski | 6 Jun 16:44 2007
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Re: Need recommendation for palm app to collect info, makes lists, etc.

List Pro. It has a deskop component, it's extremely flexible, and has easy
to use filters. It's essentially a database program geared toward lists.

>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com <GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com> [mailto:
> GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com <GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com>] On Behalf
> Of michael soguero
> Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2007 10:31 AM
> To: GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com <GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: [GtD_Palm] Need recommendation for palm app to collect info,
> makes
> lists, etc.
>
> I use Life Balance to organize all my next actions and projects, and I
> have
> no complaints. What I have been struggling with is finding another
> application to collect my ever growing number of lists and outlines.
>
> I once used Thought Manager as an outliner but now that I'm on a Mac it
> doesn't seem to have a Mac version and I can no longer synch it. So, while
> TM still exists on my palm -- it's only there.
>
> I looked into Omnioutliner which I think I would love but that doesn't
> seem
> to synch with the palm and only lives on my Mac.
>
> I use the Memos application that comes with the Palm OS but I have maxed
> out
> on the number of categories.
>
> Here are the variety of lists I make:
>
> Outline of things I read. i.e., read Emotional Intelligence by Goleman.
> Outline the various intelligences and create notes for each part of
> outline.
> What I need to pack before a trip.
> Recommendations of books and movies.
> What I have delegated to various people.
>
> So, it's good to label, have nested possibilities, attach notes to line
> items,etc.
>
> Appreciate any assistance. It has to work on both the Mac and Palm and be
> able to synch.
>
> thanks,
> Michael
>
>
>

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David Scott Anderson | 6 Jun 19:48 2007
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RE: Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

No, I am saying it is better than Smart List to Go

From: GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com [mailto:GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of bs27975
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 11:42 AM
To: GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com
Subject: [GtD_Palm] Re: OT: DataViz on a T5? Your opinions wanted.

--- In GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com <mailto:GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com> ,
"David" <davidscottanderson <at> ...> wrote:
>
> One word... Bonsai
>
>
> --- In GtD_Palm <at> yahoogroups.com <mailto:GtD_Palm%40yahoogroups.com> ,
"Steve" <kunkel321 <at> > wrote:
> >
> > Hi All, Just wanted some opinions. I'm thinking about purchasing
> > Documents to Go and SmartList to Go for my T5.
.
.
.

Are you saying Bonsai converts MS Office documents for Palm viewing
(editing?) for you? [Which is what he's asking about.]

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