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GrxView for Palm OS
Posted on 28-Nov-2003 19:52 | Tags Filed under: Software


GrxView for Palm OS
GrxView is a small and handy JPEG images viewer. It takes only 45K memory and reads almost every possible JPEG image.

To use GrxView you need to have a color Palm handheld with expansion card slot. GrxView reads and displays images directly from the expansion card, so you can, for example, use it along with your digital camera.

  • Palm OS version 4.0 or greater
  • 45K free memory
  • Color screen
  • 65K color image display
  • Images categorization
  • Slideshow mode
  • Customizable image list
  • Customizable image sources
  • Image Information window
  • Supported resolutions: Standard (160x160), Palm High-Res (320x320), Sony High-Res (320x320)






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