PalmOS Garnet 5.4 Grafitti-as used on Tungsten E2 and other handhelds-has one major difference to the “traditional” 5.2.1 one-it waits when multi-stroke characters are entered. Traditional Grafitti simply sends a backspace ahead-a behaviour that can confuse applications that don’t know about this happening. Since only a few handheld families are “affected”, there is a high chance that developers will soon forget this.
However, a solution is very easy. Walk up to a Tungsten E2, install FileZ onto it and beam the “Graffiti 2 Library” over to the other box. You may see a fatal alert soon after accepting the transmission-but don’t dispair! A soft reset, and the new library takes over merrily. If the handheld doesnt accept the file/doesnt enable it, you may neec to do a hardreset. Then, do the calibration(without touching the grafitti area) steps and beam the file over to the handheld.
This 3gp movie shows the library in action on a T3.
Overall, this one was really easy! Please let us know if it works!