PalmOne’s latest handheld offerings include a funky app called Favourites. It allows you to present web sites, applications-and with some trickery even files in an attractive way.

Anyways, this app is available on T5, E2 and other handhelds. However, since an E2 is the only thing readily available to your fellow author, this focusses on it. Getting the files over is a no-brainer! Just use FileZ to beam the following files over:

Favorites-Fave
Overlay, e.g. Favorites-Fave_enUS for english handhelds

After that, the cookie is eaten. While you still don’t have access to background images(coming soon) or file links(you need Files for that), Favourites now allows you to list apps and web sites(works with WebPro 3.5). As an added bonus, it also works well on OS4 handhelds like an upgraded Palm V or a WristPDA.

This photo shows Favourites running on a T3:
t300 Garnet on a T3   Favourites for the rest of us
Here is a 3gp video.

This one wasn’t too hard. Please let us know if it worked out!

Related posts:

  1. Garnet Grafitti 2 for the rest of us
  2. Garnet on a T3 – PalmOne’s file manager for all of us
  3. Garnet on a T3 – introduction – UPDATED
  4. Garnet on a T3 – Background Images & Media – UPDATE
  5. Garnet is in bad hands if purchased by Palm

8 Responses to “Garnet on a T3 – Favourites for the rest of us”

  1. it works on T|T2 either. ;p

  2. Works on a Tapwave Zodiac 1 also.

  3. Hi,
    it is always good to hear positive reports;).
    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  4. Just for fun, I pulled out my m505 and Palm Vx, charged them up, and beamed the files over. Sure enough, the Favorites and Files apps work on Palm OS 4.1.

  5. That’s sure, but how does Files work on the Palm Vx? Do you have VFS drivers and a RAM disk? Does it work good?

    Alex

  6. Hi,
    I believe that Files ran on the m505;).

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  7. It should even work on your WristPDA ;) )

    Alex

  8. Hi,
    rest assured that it does!

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

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