** MonPaq FAQ and MonPaq Compatible Software List! **

Discussion in 'iPAQ h3100 series' started by JuryDuty, Nov 28, 2001.

  1. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    WOW! What a GREAT update littlegirl! Thanks! And thanks for testing the freecell game. All is added!
     
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    colintan Mobile Consultant

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    ArcadeCollector Mobile Evangelist

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  4. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Thanks colintan and AC--both added! Updated!
     
  5. Voodoo Child

    Voodoo Child Foo Fighter

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    Pocket Facelift works great. This makes your PPC look like a PPC2K2, it's still in BETA testing so their is a few problems they're fixing but otherwise it works with the Monpaq. Available at http://www.novosec.com/pocketpc/ .
     
  6. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Very cool program, VC. As long as it's error-free and cheap enough, I have a feeling this could be a popular one. Updated!
     
  7. Garryjw

    Garryjw PocketPC Developer

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    I think both our SuperAlert Alarm manager and MyTimes! - Personalised multi-timezone clock should work. Although you might need to play with the color settings on the latter.

    Garry
     
  8. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Thanks, Garry. Added both. PPC2002 users will love the repeating alarm feature of SuperAlert.
     
  9. imported_Conrad

    imported_Conrad Mobile Evangelist

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    Here's a little Wisbar skin I adapted for the Monpaq. It's pretty plain and simple, but it get's the job done. I have a cover pack, and in order to read the screen through it, I need black text on white. So this was made around that premise.

    NOTE: This was updated on February 15th. If you downloaded this previously, please download this again.

    [​IMG]
     

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  10. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Awesome--thanks Conrad! And thanks for the screenshot, too. Posted!
     
  11. imported_Conrad

    imported_Conrad Mobile Evangelist

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    Bump for skin update. Please see above.
     
  12. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Updated! Thanks, Conrad.
     
  13. fredvw

    fredvw Mobile Enthusiast

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    I got 'Pocket MIDI' to work on my Monpaq. It plays a little better than the Japanese version on Jury Duty's siite. I found it by clicking on the 'Boom Chick' link, but here's the URL:

    http://www.cministries.com/software/PocketMIDI/default.asp

    They recommend having alot of RAM if you want to listen to the most number of instruments. I was able to configure it so the program runs from the core RAM and the instrument patches are on my 32 MB compact flash card. (if you want, I'll upload the timidity.cfg file to make this work). Otherwise, good luck to all!
     
  14. fredvw

    fredvw Mobile Enthusiast

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    Is it possible that you, JD, could put 'new' tags on files that have been added to the list (maybe have them expire after a few weeks, or so). This way it gets easier to see what's changed on the list (if this is too much, I'm sure we can all 'muddle through', but it sure would be a help.)

    Thanks for your 'labor of love!'
    Fred vW
     
  15. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Nice find--I added it to the list. Thanks!
     
  16. fredvw

    fredvw Mobile Enthusiast

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    Gread 'Mattel' Electronics emulator can be found at:
    http://www.peterhirschberg.com/handheld/ledhead/
    (I spent many hours playing 'football' when I was a kid and begged for many batteries; unlike those days, I can play today with either the 'mute' on or my headphones and noone else is the wiser ;-) Screens are legible with my Monpaq, but it looks like (since the code is GPL) a simple recompile after 'greyscaling' the bitmaps and it would look even better in B&W, FYI.

    Cheers,
    Fred vW
     
  17. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Wow! How cool is that?! I had that basketball game and played it for hours when I was a kid. Updated!
     
  18. ooosadface

    ooosadface Mobile Deity

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    I emailed Pocket Informant about the free Today Tasks download from their site, and they told me it was no longer a supported download. This is the reason I began looking for a free task plugin.

    They still show it, but you can't get it. :(
     
  19. JuryDuty

    JuryDuty It's a Wonderful iPaq

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    Thanks ooosadface, it's outta there! :)
     
  20. psych1

    psych1 Mobile Consultant

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    Well, I'm not sure. I still can't update my ROM and am having trouble adjusting the contrast but - Speed Reader Plus from mobiledynamo.com is a great program that runs, and works on my 3135 but I can't see everything. Still all the essentials, except the color bar, are clearly visible.

    You too can read at 1000 wpm - check it out!
     

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