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, "chrisant_wa" <chrisant@...>
> That appears to be a hardware issue. HS doesn't have any control over other applications or over the read/write speed of the memory.
> I have plenty of databases on my storage card, and I have installed HS on my storage card on many different devices, but I have never encountered a problem where the device couldn't handle the memory read/write demands of HS plus other applications. It sounds like you've found a limitation of your device and/or storage card.
> Glad you figured out how to work around it, and thanks for posting about the problem!
In testing further, I have discovered that if the database is on the SD card, and HS is in main memory, I do not have the problem. If the database is in main memory and HS is on the SD card, then I have the problem again. Very strange. Handy Shopper is a very small application, however, and I'm happy to keep it in my main memory.
Since I'm using WM5, I have hacked my registry and widened my scroll bars to 30px wide for all applications. Now I can scroll finger friendly! This pretty much completed my needs for HS. I'm a happy camper. Just trying to keep from pulling out the stylus as often. As I have a slide-out keyboard for typing, I'm pretty much there now.