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SuperNote for Palm OS
Posted on 18-May-2004 19:27 | Tags Filed under: Software


SuperNote for Palm OS
SuperNote is a text and graphics notepad for Palm Powered handheld computers and Microsoft Windows personal computers combined into one product. SuperNote synchronizes data between platforms using its own conduit for HotSync. Electronic notes can be created and synchronized easily between handheld and personal computers.

  • 256 color (8-bit) color images using Palm standard color table
  • Compressed using run length encoding (RISC optimized)
  • Large/variable image size allowed, up to limits of raw bitmap size vs. usable RAM on your device
  • Large searchable ASCII text component (50k character limit)
  • Record format allows for large records (larger then 64k) on both platforms
  • Flexible and intuitive interface


  • More information: http://www.handtop.com/supernote...




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