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Paul's must have FREE Hermes software

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WM5torage doesn't work on the Hermes.

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Paul,

please post similar list for SMARTPHONE, too. Thanks in advance.

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WM5torage doesn't work on the Hermes.

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Dang that suxs i use that thing almost everyday on my wizard!

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There is software out for a SIP phone that is free and it does run on my wizard.

I used the 2003 software and it didnt seam to mind but there is beta software for WM5. i have not tried the beta software as my friend that had the VOIP server went back to analog lines :D

http://www.sjlabs.com/

http://www.sjphone.org/preview/ce/

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Skype is probably must have free software too I guess :D

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Will give it a bash!

.net CF 2.0 as a pre-requisite is a bit of an arse tho :D

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has anyone managed to find/make a green dialler skin to acompany the green skin? sucks having a nice fresh and different clean green skin, but a blue default dialler :D

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folks, whenever I open any of the cabs paul very kindly listed, it asks me where I want to extract the file to on my network, rather than starting the installaiton process on the unit (and asking me to accept the program installation etc).

What gives. thanks v much

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Is there any free software out there that puts a password on folders?

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Paul

although you have the BLISS wallpaper, is there a chance of seeing the vista "Mountains" wallpaper at all for this device? In port or landscape?

Not sure if the name, but great mountains, lake and trees with a nice sky and clouds!

Thanks, Simon

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Could I suggest ThemeGenCE?

Although it isn't really a 'Hermes' app, it does allow you to create WM5 Themes for both 'Portrait' and 'Landscape' views.

I've attached an updated 'VistaBlissONE' file that works properly in both views. (The file is a bit bigger as 4 bitmaps have to be used instead of 2)

Hope that saves you some time Paul :D

Regards Slug

VistaBlissONE.zip

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Unfortunately for me, ThemeGenCE has encountered an error and must be closed :D

Do not want to create one (dont even have the original wall paper, just know I have seen it before on vista computer before).

Thanks anyhow :D

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Have you had time to look at the landscape issue on the vistablissone theme yet?

Cheers! :D

Hey paul any luck with this yet?

That list is great

many thanks

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folks, whenever I open any of the cabs paul very kindly listed, it asks me where I want to extract the file to on my network, rather than starting the installaiton process on the unit (and asking me to accept the program installation etc).

What gives. thanks v much

Paul, please can you include a list of free software you get if you are a member and works on the phone!

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At time of writing:

- ATEKsoft CoolCamera (will be updated for Hermes shortly)

- TenGo 2.0 and TenGo Thumb for Pocket PC

- Arcade Challenge, Concentrix, Jewel Challenge and Traffic Jam for Pocket PC

- Resco Explorer for Pocket PC

- CABviaActiveSync for your PC

- Opera for Windows Mobile Pocket PC

- Omega One Calendar Bar for Pocket PC

- SPB Full Screen Keyboard for Pocket PC

- SPB Xonix II for Pocket PC

- Pocket PC Magazine MS Reader Edition, suitable for Pocket PC reading

- Clearvue Suite for Pocket PC

- Jetcet Print for Pocket PC

- Sprite Backup for Pocket PC

- VITO ActiveTrace for Pocket PC

- VITO ButtonMapper for Pocket PC

- MyIP for Pocket PC

- MobiLuck for Pocket PC

- SBSH Pocket Weather for Pocket PC

There's always more benefits planned of course, and don't forget you get an ad-free MoDaCo, and other cool stuff :D

Full details on Plus here!

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Hey All,

Any ideas where I could find something to get rid of the battery icon and wireless icon in the tray at the bottom of the homescreen? Tried searching but seem to get unrelated posts! Thanks...

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Both superb... and never more easily installed now Firefox has sussed that I want to open cab files using cabviaactivesync... thanks :D

I... uhm... cue cheeky mode... don't suppose there's any chance of also getting something that would remove the icon you get in the same place when you're commected to a computer? Please? :D

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Don't think that can be done AFAIK :D

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Anyone (Paul?) got the Vista Mountain screeen for this? :D

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Don't know if this is already well known, but another suggestion for the list is: Virtual Earth Mobile

It works in much the same way as Google Earth, ie downloads the chunks of map (road maps and/or aerial photos!) as you need them, and caches a user-defined amount to storage Those of you with unlimited data can zoom in and out of anywhere in the world to your heart's content! It also integrates with GPS receivers (although I haven't got mine to work yet), so you could use it as a fairly basic, but FREE satnav, compared to paying

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