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UTILITY: xBar 2.4 Beta released with new features and several bug fixes
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 23.10.04 - 14:06:39 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9304x
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My all-time favorite Smartphone application xBar (okay, that's not 100 % objective but true) got a refresh and is available as Beta 2.4 now.
David, the developer, tried hard to fix some minor bugs but also to better support the new HTC Typhoon as well as he added some new handy features.

xBar enables you to exploit the best windows features in your Smartphone such as easy switching between applications, clipboard management and task management.

New for version 2.4 is:

  • New built-in application launcher (Use up/down keys in xBar. Fully configurable)
  • Fixed compatibility issues with eVB for Smartphone applications compatible with J Cody's Vnotes now
  • Compatible with the new temperature sensor of HTC Typhoon/Feeler (Orange SPV C500/T-Mobile SDA)
  • Date & time support in local format
  • Reset xbar at WM_hybernate message (more stability)
  • Fixed text font bug (compatible with CityTime Alarms)
  • Fixed long press on pad direction
  • Paste text now works on latest ROM versions (if your Smartphone doesn't support multi key press)

To run Beta 2.4, you need a license key for xBar 2 which is valid for all following 2.x versions. xBar is available from (affiliate) for US$ 5.99 and worth the money.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Jim on 04.12.04 - 13:24:49

cant get the copy / paste facility to work on my sp3i sad had to end up using the iMenu program.... really wished the windows platform allowed a simplier way to perform this feature!!


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