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CalliGrapher 6.6 for Handheld PC's

Handheld PC News

Posted 19 years ago | News | Chris Tilley 0 comments

Phatware dropped us an e-mail at a very early hour this morning which contains some most exciting news for Handheld PC users!

Due to demand from the Handheld PC community they have decided to continue to support the Handheld PC on their award winning flagship Handwriting recognition program, CalliGrapher.
Phatware originally discontinued Handheld PC support when they released version 7.0 of CalliGrapher, sighting lack of demand from Handheld PC users.

Handheld PC support with be continued under the version 6 hierarchy, however the latest release - version 6.6 - contains many of the improvements found in version 7. Some of the key features in CalliGrapher 6.6 are:

  • Includes the same recognition engine as CalliGrapher 7

  • Compatible with CalliGrapher 7 language packs

  • New options dialogue box

  • New PenCommands added (most of the PenCommands added in CalliGrapher 7 are now supported)

  • Full on-screen keyboard with 10-layouts for 8 different languages

  • Customisable 24-key keyboard

Version 6.6 itself support Windows CE 2.11 (Handheld PC Pro) and above devices under SH-3, SH-4, ARM and MIPS. The installation footprint is 2MB, and requires ActiveSync 3.7 or higher to install.
However one of the great things about Phatware as a company is that they have maintained support for all generations of Windows CE devices in different release of CalliGrapher.
If you are a Windows CE 1.0 user CalliGrapher 5.1 is applicable, like wise if you are a Windows CE 2.0 user the CalliGrapher 5.3 release has been preserved by Phatware.

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Posted on 05 May 2004 at 00:00By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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