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  • Here is a kewl new way of controlling!

    If I were not 90% done with my project, thisis what I would def use to do my project. Seems like a great idea. Well, I liek the I-Opener too... toss up: http://www.giantdisc.com
    -Jason
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    For those of us who haven't learned Linux (yet) there is a program called PalmAmp that can control WinAmp with a PalmPilot. It doesn't have nearly as many features, and the company that makes it seems to be out of business, but the program does work. The biggest problem with it is that it can't change playlists, but there is more general PC control programs for the palm that I think I might be able to get to work for that.

    I have downloaded something called the Pebble project to try to do the general Windows control stuff. Both it and PalmAmp can be downloaded at www.palmgearhq.com I'm not here to pimp the site, that's just where I found them. Pebble is freeware, and PalmAmp is $10 shareware with a quick nag screen when the program starts. I can't swear that pebble works, as I haven't tried it yet. My MP3 box is under construction right now, but I'll post results when it's done.
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      yall might want to look into busker also. http://www.zdnet.com/downloads/stori...,,0012GB,.html
      etrik
      "if everything is under control, you're not going fast enough!"

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        only problem is I have a ce device..... wish I had a plam device!
        Car
        1964 Ford Falcon powered by a 1993 Mustang 5.0 EFI, AOD transmission, with disc brakes up front and more mechanical goodies
        The Player
        Gone! Soon goign to repalce the screen based system i HAD with an iPod. http://mp3falcon.crazyshaxs.com

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