rob at loadstone-gps.com
Tue Oct 9 09:14:53 BST 2007
"When editing on the pc use an editor that handles utf8 propperly. I think
notepad can do this but you have to tell it not to add the extra characters
to the top of the file like it'll do by default. Maybe someone that uses
windows can say what that setting is?"
Just tab past the save button until you get to 'encoding' and select
'utf8'. But better get familiar with the program and read the documentation
(all of it) before starting to hack!
At 10/8/2007, you wrote:
>As far as I know the cable is only useful for connection to pc suite. That
>option doesn't come up in the send menus of applications on the phone. That
>would be very nice if it did thoe. The usual way of sending things from the
>phone is via bluetooth. If you don't have a bluetooth adapter for your pc
>then your best bet would be to move the file you want to a place where pc
>suite can see it and then transfer it that way. Then you'd have to do the
>reverse when transfering the file from the pc back to the phone. As for the
>file type, it's a text file, who knows what windows will think it is. If it
>causes trouble just use a .txt extension. Loadstone doesn't care what you
>call the file or what the extension is. When editing on the pc use an editor
>that handles utf8 propperly. I think notepad can do this but you have to
>tell it not to add the extra characters to the top of the file like it'll do
>by default. Maybe someone that uses windows can say what that setting is?
>On Tue, 9 Oct 2007, Stephen Bennett wrote:
> > Thanks Again
> > Looks like I misunderstood the manual. The problem now is that the
> > available sending options do not include Cable, even though i've
> > connected the cable to the PC. I know the cable connection works because
> > I've used it a lot in other applications.
> > Does this mean I need something other than PCSuite to do the importing
> > at the computer end?
> > Also, the process i used yesterday seemed to generate a file which read
> > OK in notepad but was not a TXT file. It came across to Windows XP as an
> > unknown file type. is this the way it should be?
> > Thanks for answering the newbie questions.
> > Stephen
> > All the best
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