BlueNomad.com: First Real Word Processor for the Palm OS has Linux Support
Dec 22, 2000, 14:46 (4 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Blue
Nomad for this link. ]
"You may download a trial version beta version of WordSmith
Public Beta. The beta version will allows for 200 editing
sessions. ... WordSmith requires Palm OS 3.0 or better."
"WordSmith is available for purchase during the beta period for
$19.95, a 50% savings from the suggested retail price of $39.95.
The final 1.0 version will, of course, be a free upgrade to those
who purchase during the beta period. Additionally, we will be
extending a discount on WordSmith to our existing customers."
"Please note that WordSmith currently does not support
non-western languages. Support for this will be implemented by the
second quarter of 2001. We are currently working on a MacOS
synchronization conduit. The final version will be available
during the first week of January, 2001."
[ The Linux version is listed as being for Red Hat 6.0+ - LT
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