Binary Clock FAQ
This page contains answers to common questions about Binary Clock for Palm OS:
Do I need to reeneter all my settings when upgrading
Nope! Binary Clock for Palm OS can automatically import settings from older versions!
How can I exchange back and foreground colors
Assign the foreground color to a different color before setting the background color. After that, set the front color to the old back color.
I can't use TrueType fonts
Have you installed FontBucket and at least ine font?
Rounded corners dont look well
The Palm OS does not render the corners ideally on a low-res screen(for example, found on Palm Treo 600, Zire 22, 31 etc). In addition, a low res screen is too pixelated to display small circles well.
What features require a color screen
Binary Clock for Palm OS is fully functional without a color screen. However, the Series 60 text module and the color adjusting options will be disabled.
Where can I get new FontBucket fonts
In case the fonts offered on Tamoggemon OnLine arent enough, you can convert your own FontBucket fonts with a Windows machine. Please consult the FontBucket manual enclosed in the distribution file for details!