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rickh
Well, I was using ZSafe on my 5600, but now want to switch to PWM/Pi to take advantage of the full screen - something ZSafe doesn't do.

So, I'm trying to figure out how to add multiple categories (in addition to "Default"). I can rename "Default" to something else, but I can't add more than one category in a document. Ideally, I want to have just three categories: "Peresoanl", "Websites" and "Work", all viewable from the same window.

Judging from the screenshot on the PWM/Pi webpage, I should be able to do this, but I can't figure out what I need to do. Can't find any other documentation on it either. No doubt it's something really simple too :-)

Thanks for any help.

R.
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stupkid
I had the same confusion. To create a new category designate a category when creating a new entry. That's it. You don't create categories separate from creating entries.

Hope this helps.

QUOTE(rickh @ Mar 31 2005, 11:10 AM)
Well, I was using ZSafe on my 5600, but now want to switch to PWM/Pi to take advantage of the full screen - something ZSafe doesn't do. 

So, I'm trying to figure out how to add multiple categories (in addition to "Default").  I can rename "Default" to something else, but I can't add more than one category in a document.  Ideally, I want to have just three categories: "Peresoanl", "Websites" and "Work", all viewable from the same window.

Judging from the screenshot on the PWM/Pi webpage, I should be able to do this, but I can't figure out what I need to do.  Can't find any other documentation on it either.  No doubt it's something really simple too :-)

Thanks for any help.

R.
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rickh
QUOTE(stupkid @ Mar 31 2005, 05:28 PM)
I had the same confusion.  To create a new category designate a category when creating a new entry.  That's it.  You don't create categories separate from creating entries.

Hope this helps.

Thanks. I knew it would be something simple. The redness on my forehead from smacking myself will fade :-)

R.
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ev1l
QUOTE(rickh @ Mar 31 2005, 09:44 AM)
Thanks.  I knew it would be something simple.  The redness on my forehead from smacking myself will fade :-)

We've been working on usability in the KDEPIM suite for a while, so expect silly stuff like that to improve gradually.
I've focused my testing on KOPI for a long time, but we'll get to the other apps eventually smile.gif
Rick, would you be able to do a bit of testing on the 5500? I don't have a Z with a low-res screen to test on...
rickh
QUOTE(ev1l @ Apr 1 2005, 01:14 AM)
Rick, would you be able to do a bit of testing on the 5500? I don't have a Z with a low-res screen to test on...
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I have a 5600 (running stock Sharp ROM), but sure. I was just planning on using my 5600 as a GPS unit in my car, but I can certainly do some testing with it as well.

Email at: rhenry at parafrase dot com if you need any info.

R.
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ev1l
Thanks Rick.
It'd be nice if you could check the fit of all configs and edition screens on a low-res device. That's basically the only thing that's different than the C-series which I can test on.
Oh, tell me if the size of the default fonts is nice on QVGA, too.
Thanks again.
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