29547Re: [peditors] HTML browser for palm?
- May 3, 2007Hi,
Just to inform that Blazer 2.0 works in my m515 but it doesn't open files in
the card. It is a pity. I have realized that it is very easy to format plain
text following HTML rules (a simple formatting, I mean: underlining,
bolding, and so). I would be very happy if I find I program for that.
Nevertheless, as Dennis says, I can always convert files into Plucker files
to see the result.
If I find anything I'll let you know.
On 5/2/07, dmccunney <dennis.mccunney@...> wrote:
> On 5/2/07, Paul Nevai <nevai@...-state.edu<nevai%40math.ohio-state.edu>>
> > On Tue, May 01, 2007 at 06:30:46PM -0400, dmccunney wrote:
> > > In nWeb, I do it as Page/Open Page/Open Card, and navigate through the
> > > card(s) till I find the HTML file I want. It shows up in a bookmark
> > > as file://<card>//<whatever>.
> > Can't no do with Blazer...Too bad...Paul
> The state of the art in Palm browsers isn't that good. The Zodiac
> comes with a browser based on v2 of a Palmsource product. I've also
> looked at nWeb (my current production browser), NetFront, Xiino, Opera
> Mini, and a few other things. I wouldn't call any of them all that
> good, and falling down trying to access local content is one of the
> issues. (Tapwave Web can't do it at all.)
> I'm fascinated by Palm's apparent reversal of direction: I'd heard
> that Opera wanted to port Opera Mobile to PalmOS, but Palm wasn't
> interested. At their recent Investor Day presentations, they
> announced a partnership with Opera for future products, so we may see
> Opera Mobile on Palm devices. The question, of course, is what these
> devices will be.
F. Jose Mancho
mobile 0726 939095
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