PalmOrb is software that allows you to use your PalmOS device as an LCD status display for your computer. You can display system stats (such as CPU load graphs, CPU temperatures, free disk space), news alerts, stock indexes, WinAmp graphs, etc. It works by pretending to be (or emulating) a real LCD (a Matrix Orbital LK204-25). You can use existing software that expects a Matrix Orbital display.
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|Operating Systems||Palm OS|
Release Notes: This version features a selectable font size, enabling the full screen to be used. There is also USB Palm support, including for pre-PalmOS 4.0 models.
Release Notes: In this version, robustness was increased and support was added for PalmOS 2.0+, color, serial port configuration, Bluetooth, Infrared, and USB on Linux. Graffiti can be used to send keys. There is more built-in help text, and hi-res and color icons. Many smaller additions include backlight control, error warnings, serial stats, and serial error stats.
Release Notes: The LCD Smartie keyboard fix has been disabled by default. The next release is likely to be 1.0 and will be a repackage of Beta 3. Experimental build C has also been updated; it now allows the font to be selected and includes two large fonts that allow the LCD to almost fill the screen. Build C is likely to be the direction that PalmOrb will take after the 1.0 release.
Release Notes: Keyboard handling has been fixed, and now works as expected with LCDSmartie and LCDC.
Release Notes: Since 0.9, robustness was increased and support was added for PalmOS 2.0+, color, serial port configuration, BlueTooth Infrared, USB on Linux, and both new and old serial managers. Graffiti can be used to send keys. More built-in help text was added. Hi-res and color icons were added. Many smaller additions include backlight control, error warnings, serial stats, and serial error stats.