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Topic # 7145 23-Mar-2006 01:38
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Thank to all for the possibility to write in this great forum :)

On my pocket pc (Ipaq hx2795 WM5) I have installed SPB Diary and I use his tab notes to organize and categorize my notes created with built-in windows notes. However, I have some problem with smooth handwriting. If I'm writing speedly, sometimes the ink isnt synchronized with the hand's movement... and this is very annoying.
What could I do to improve the handwriting's fluency in notes?

Thanks in advance!

Bye!

Stefano

PS: I'm using also PhatPad (perfect smooth), but It dont allow to organize the notes and it dont allow to convert the notes directly in appintment or todo.

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Reply # 31351 23-Mar-2006 09:21
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Ciao Stefano... I think it has to do with the overall device speed. Unless you slow down the writing a bit it will most likely miss something on the way.

Another thing to check is how much free memory your device has at the moment. Try closing other programs running at the moment to see if that improves performance.





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