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CUSTOMIZATION: V2R launched Page2Day
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 13.12.02 - 16:35:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 5570x
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Page2Day is a plug-in for the Today screen that allows you to start your favorite applications right from the Pocket PC 2002 Today screen. and allows you to customize your Today screen as you can do on the PC desktop.

You can even assign different files or documents for a soft-button, e.g. you can have 5 Media Player soft-buttons with your favorite 5 Songs. Or you could start the Pocket Internet Explorer with your favorite Web Site, doesn’t matter which is the default PIE start page.

Features

  • Smoothly integrated in the Today screen
  • Customizable plug-in size, so the user can define the size required by Page2Day
  • Customizable soft-button size
  • Starts all kind of applications directly from the Today screen
  • Soft-buttons or icons can be assigned with a user selectable sound
  • Completely free designable background
  • All soft-buttons can be moved with drag and drop
  • Assign arguments to start different applications with different files, e.g. Start Pocket Internet Explorer with a dedicated URL or start Excel with a dedicated sheet.
  • Assign Media Player soft-buttons with different songs.

Page2Day is available from PocketGear for US$ 9.95. A trial version is available also which allows to add two buttons only.

Cheers ~ Arne

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