25496Re: pEditTool feature request
- Mar 2, 2005Thanks guys.
Thing is I want to be able to Launch pEditPro from a button without
using the Palm Preferences as I will have to give up another imporant
application (the NotePad for exampl).
Can someone help me with a simple script for that? I was thinking
along the line of &launch which will be bound to pScript_00 which I
can then invoke by attaching it to a key using pMasterTool. if
pScript_00 invokes the pEditPro, than I am all set
Thanks in advance,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John Markley Jr." <jmmjr@u...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, John Kershaw <yahoogroups@k...>
> > Hi Maya,
> > At 7:34 am +0000 2/3/05, Maya Rose wrote:
> > >One of the great special features of pEditTool is the way it
> can "take
> > >over" the built-in MemoPad (when "Auto pEditMemo is on"). Thus
> when I
> > >go (or another application points me to) MemoPad there is a specail
> > >pEditTool kicks in.
> > Why do you (or another application) ever go to Memopad?
> > Have you used the Prefs app to change the rightmost button to use
> > pedit rather than Memopad? Then you should never have to see
> > again (I think the only time I've been into Memopad in the last
> > couple of years was to see how the AutoPeditTool functioned!).
> Maya- Second that, both Paul and John's comments. Just stick
> your MemoPad icon in some category where you never go and only run
> pedit. Remeber that with peditPro you have two pedit memos, pedit04
> which takes the place of MemoPad (but under OS5 will give you 32k)
> and pedit32 which is completely independent of MemoPad. The one you
> want shows !m32Memos at the top of listview. Pedit32 shows !p32Memos.
> John M.
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