__/ [DarkSheer] on Friday 21 October 2005 02:12 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> __/ [Zombie Elvis] on Friday 14 October 2005 08:55 \__
>>> On Thu, 13 Oct 2005 23:30:16 -0400, volcano@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> Is there any way of creating folders on a Tungsten T and slipping
>>>> applications or photos in them, for instance. TIA
>>> Not in the device's memory. But you can do this on SD cards. You'll
>>> need a good third party launcher like ZLauncher to do this.
>>> Roberto Castillo
>> You can also use FileZ which is free to manage folders in your SD
>> card/s, if you have any already. You will have a hard time, however,
>> launching programs from a variety of locations. PalmOS sticks to the
>> Path PALM/Launcher .
>>  URL: http://www.freewarepalm.com/utilities/filez.shtml
>> Hope it helps,
>> PS - I now notice that FileZ has recently been updated! Thumbs up to
>> the developers.
> That's why the palm os is doomed to failure. No usable file system unless
> you get a card. How would you like to manage all your files on your
> desktop computer by only putting them in one big file folder, including the
> system files. =)
Don't worry. They are working on some major overhaul as far as I know. They
might soon have a nice and stable environment that is based on Linux. Hope-
fully it will end up much like the Nokia (based on Debian)...
...if not, I might just run really quickly in that direction. *smile*
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