New favourite palm etext reader
I have been palm-less for a while, because my charger was broken.
So last week I bought a nicer charger, which works from the USB port, instead of Sony's powerbrick-from-hell (which you have to carry around if you ever want to sync).
And since all my data was gone, I looked around for etext reading software again.
Using a CLie means the latest Weasel Reader doesn't work right, and plucker is a pain in the ass. It's cool if you want it to self-update, but I don't. I read static books.
So, I was using TiBR, which is a basic, but nice palmDOC reader. Most of the free ones work like crap on a Clie (I mean you, weaselreader), but this one is nice.
But I got a bunch of zTXT docs (converted when I had a m100 and read using weasel), which TiBR can't read.
Enter PalmFiction a nice and fancy reader than handles palmDOC and zTXT. If it handled plucker I would be too happy ;-)
But really, a very nice thing. Don't be scared by the page in russian, just get it and install it ;-)
Only niggle so far: can't choose a smaller-than-normal font.
Spoke too soon. ALl I had to do was download fonts. Now I'm reading in a nice Tahoma 10pt :-)