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  1. #1
    Dan Altemyr
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    I have found out that if you create an XHTML file and store it on the phone
    in the "Other" folder, you can open it in the wap browser by entering the
    address file:///tpa/user/other/<filename>.xhtml I have done that, and also
    set is as the start page in the wap browser, so that when I press the
    Internet buton, the phone displays this page instead of fetching one from
    the internet, typically the phone operator's web portal which is filled with
    graphics and other stuff that takes time to download before it can be
    displayed. Now, I'm looking for a java based text editor so that I can edit
    the xhtml file directly on the phone instead of having to transfer it to a
    computer and back again. Anyone that knows about such an editor? It's
    sufficient if it is a plain text editor, but is should be capable of reading
    and writing files on the "Other" file folder.


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    dj_paul
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    Re: Text editor for K700?


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  3. #3
    Taylor
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    Re: Text editor for K700?

    "Dan Altemyr" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I have found out that if you create an XHTML file and store it on the phone
    > in the "Other" folder, you can open it in the wap browser by entering the
    > address file:///tpa/user/other/<filename>.xhtml I have done that, and also
    > set is as the start page in the wap browser, so that when I press the
    > Internet buton, the phone displays this page instead of fetching one from
    > the internet, typically the phone operator's web portal which is filled
    > with
    > graphics and other stuff that takes time to download before it can be
    > displayed. Now, I'm looking for a java based text editor so that I can
    > edit
    > the xhtml file directly on the phone instead of having to transfer it to a
    > computer and back again. Anyone that knows about such an editor? It's
    > sufficient if it is a plain text editor, but is should be capable of
    > reading
    > and writing files on the "Other" file folder.


    You can't interact with the file system through java as yoru phone is not a
    'smarphone' - sorry, no chance.





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