edgecrush3r

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About edgecrush3r

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  1. Nopes... if correct there should be also a Runtime for download. Cheers, T.
  2. File Name: SeekCover v1.0 - CD Cover Manager for Windows Mobile (Smartphone/PocketPC) File Submitter: edgecrush3r File Submitted: 9 Jul 2007 File Category: Utilities - Phone Management Name: SeekCover v1.0 Description: As with all my tools, they get written by pure frustration :P Last month I found out that using the Windows Media Player synchronize option, doesnt copy your cd cover artwork. Since I couldnt find a nice integrated tool, which allows me to search CD Covers online, and manage my mobile device.... I rolled my own (again :) ) SeekCover is an CD Cover and Album Art Manager for your Windows Mobile Device (Smartphone/PocketPC). With SeekCover you access your device remotely and copy CD Covers / Album Art to any folder on your device. Using the 'Search Online' tab, you can find and copy artwork quickly to your device at ease. Downloaded Album Art is automatically shown using Windows Media Player for Windows Mobile. Enjoy !!!! ;) Tony Click here to download this file
  3. Auto wifi-settings per profile

    Thats quite strange, cos my phone remembers all the settings from any previous AP i configured.. Home (WPA2), Work (VPN), Pub (Open)... I never need to switch anything. Cheers, Tony
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    Name: SeekCover v1.0 Description: As with all my tools, they get written by pure frustration :D Last month I found out that using the Windows Media Player synchronize option, doesnt copy your cd cover artwork. Since I couldnt find a nice integrated tool, which allows me to search CD Covers online, and manage my mobile device.... I rolled my own (again :D ) SeekCover is an CD Cover and Album Art Manager for your Windows Mobile Device (Smartphone/PocketPC). With SeekCover you access your device remotely and copy CD Covers / Album Art to any folder on your device. Using the 'Search Online' tab, you can find and copy artwork quickly to your device at ease. Downloaded Album Art is automatically shown using Windows Media Player for Windows Mobile. Enjoy !!!! :D Tony

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  5. Upgrade WM6 to Photon

    How RAM hungry the OS will be is debateble.. but that shouldnt be the issue to upgrade current WM devices theoratically. Also I dont think that their will be an architectural issue.. because I dont think the supporting HW change much coming year, apart from better cpu, better screen resolution support (and the current OS is already independend from this), better X. The main architectural differences, will be WITHIN the Kernel, and the way livbraries are now loaded within the kernel. CE 6.0 (basis for Photon) works with x86, ARM, SH4 and MIPS based processor architectures. If the OS will be backward compatible... guess so.. but.. well. we have to see, as it depends on the decisions beeing made.. The main operation for this release, is what MS promised 3 releases earlier... one OS for both WM and PocketPC devices... Within the OS itself.. well.. we dont know yet... new version of Solitair? Media Player, PocketIE that supports javascript?
  6. I have a Tosh G900

    Oooooh boy.... got paid. and now I am suddenly thinking 800x480 is allI need.
  7. Leakage: HTC Omni Specs & Renders

    800 x 480 Resolution !!!!! YESSSS.... thats a lot less scrolling through pages.
  8. Javascript needed?

    I am glad to help... keep me posted :)
  9. Hi Guys, I simply cannot keep this project to myself anymore, and thats why I have to write something about my latest project and share the progress. As you probarby know from my previous freeware software release (GPRS Manager), I mainly write applications when I get seriously annoiyed with the shortcomings of my gadget/PC or girlfriend :) (just kidn). 'AlbumArt for Windows Mobile' (working title) is a tool which let you manage (CD) cover artwork for your 'Windows Media Player' music collection on your device. Why??? Because Windows Media Player is great for synchronizing Music, but it sure doesnt copy those album artwork pictures which make your MP3 player look soo damn awesome.. (uhm, I mean Windows Mobile Device) To make things more easy... its a Windows (forgive me *nix /usr) application, to manage the cd artwork content of your device. Its got two cool features so far: * copy artwork from your clipboard to the device (into the right folder, ofcourse) * search and download cd-covers from AlbumArt.org (which is... a realy cool site for finding cd-covers) any features will be implemented on request (within reason). PS: for screenshots, please check the attachments. Cheers, Tony
  10. Javascript needed?

    Java is not the same as javascript, however there are some minor simularities in the language itself. Using the MIDlet manager you can run Java (and J2ME) applications and games (well some of them), by installing them to your PocketPC (offline application).. so this has nothing todo with webpages... Its just another type of application you can run from your pocketPC. javascript is widely used in webpages, and its purpose is to make pages more interactive on the client-side (the page doesnt need to be reloaded to gain this interaction). hence; performing some validation when you click a button.. can be done nicely using javascript without requiring another round-trip to check things server side. As far as I know PocketIE (pocket internet explorer AKA Internet Explorer for Windows Mobile) does not support javascript. Try out the demo version of Opera and/or NetForce. Both browsers support javascript, and even AJAX based pages (which is pretty sweet.. but i wont drown you into the details.). ---- PS: Dont think Java isnt used within webpages, because this technology can be embedded into a webpage too.. similar to ActiveX controls, such as Flash/Shockwave.... This type of Java applications we call Applets. And they act like an container to run the application within a webpage... Nowadays I can almost safely say... this is a pretty much death technology... why... because its crap... its basically to heavy in most cases...and thats why people invented workaround technologies like AJAX (based around XML_HTTP transfers to have a lightweight alternative to online Client-Server apps...) PS2: Forget the PS: part for now... download NetForce or Opera for Windows Mobile, and see if the webpage works.. I know (web)technologies can be quiete difficult, especially because every manufacturer wanting to set their own standards and then choosing also similiar names for them.. .
  11. Is it safe to delete Cabs

    .CAB files (CABinet) are just like Windows Installers for your mobile.. You can remove them after installation... In the end its just a .zip based package with an installation.txt in it.
  12. Handy Dialer,what you want

    Great application... This is something a realy missed in WM5.
  13. Pocketland- Completely Bonkers!

    Okay... this realy doesnt make any sense to me :P inflation in the EU ??

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