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Snapture for Palm OS
Q: Snapture captures my text, but doesn't transfer to my palm during a HotSync.
How do I fix it? Right-click on your HotSync icon and
choose "Custom..." and look for Snapture.
If it is there then Double-click and make sure it
is set to "Synchronize the files" and not "Do
If Snapture isn't in the Custom Conduit list,
then you need to run "PATH\Snapture.exe /u"
where PATH is the location of Snapture. This
will uninstall the conduit. Then launch
Snapture. Snapture will install the conduit
when it is run.
Q: What if I captured some text, and I don't want it
on my Palm.
A: Simple, just right click on the Snapture icon in
your tray, and choose "Options..." and then
the "File List" tab, and delete the one you don't
want to HotSync.
Q: What if I don't like the first line of what I've
captured, and I want to change it so it is easy
to find in my Memo or Doc list?
A: Simple, before you HotSync, just right-click on
the Snapture icon (in your tray) and choose the
item you want to edit. It will load in notepad,
or whatever you have associated with the .txt
Edit the first line, save it, and close notepad.
When you HotSync, the first line will be used for
the Memo title or the Doc name (up to 32
Q: I am on Windows 95 and I am capturing large
amounts of text and when I right-click on
Snapture to edit, notepad can't handle the large
text files. What can I do?
A: Notepad has a size limitation in Windows 95, 98
and ME. Get a better text editor than notepad.
We recommend "notpad" Then associate your .txt
file extension with the new program. Do this by
going to Explorer (not Internet Explorer) and
choosing Tools/Folder Options/File Types and
finding the .TXT extension and changing the
program that goes with it.