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Mama Deb
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Yesterday's problem is solved. I reinstalled the program, modifying it to *not* restrict access to files and devices. I tested it, and the printer *works*.



I love my PDA. :)


I'm sure your PDA loves you too. :)


Okay - given that I stick things into it and poke it with styli and the occasional fingernail, and, you know. Inanimate.


I'd be scared if it loved me back.

I'm glad you figured out the printer problems. And I'm glad you love your PDA. Do you have davening and whatnot? You need to get the Hebrew font too. (I too love my PDA. I don't know what I would do without it)


Which daavening program do you use? And which Hebrew reader?

Re: Hebrew on PDA

I don't remember how I got it - it's still off my old Palm but the Hebrew says it's Penticon (penticon.com). The davening is separated into a bunch of files - Shacharit, Mincha, Maariv. You can also get useless things like Shabbos davening or Rosh Hashana (seems silly to me). I am pretty sure you can download them, but I think I got it from my husband, who got it from someone at work...You will need a document reader sort of thing. I like iSilo, which is freeware. You can find it at isilo.com.

I found a daavening I like. The Hebrew reader won't work on Tungsten E, unfortunately.

I do have isilo, though. :)