Yes I can confirm the above works sort of. If you are linking to a file called "Automotive.txt" the link was "Automotive" but if you change the link to "about:Automotive" you firstly get an error "The address is not valid." after clicking ok the page loads.Note that I got the BareWicki sample to navigate with a link that was "about:Automotive"
Could you not combine the two files and save the text after the closing </body> or whatever in the HTML file, or as HTML comments. At least that would halve the number of files.That's probably not the most elegant solution - but sometimes a hack is the only thing that works.
I don't get the error on WM2003, presumably later OS differ.but if you change the link to "about:Automotive" you firstly get an error "The address is not valid." after clicking ok the page loads.
Not as far as I know.So this partial solved the problem. Is it possible to suppress error reporting?
I finally got the Pocket PC wiki to run on the PDA without errors (thanks to reviewing badkarma's AdvPDA code)
Tony, please let me know if this runs ok on your PDA.
Thanks to agraham for his help and suggestions. :sign0060:
I merged tstewards file included in the original post (version .3) and my changes = now version is .31 - Tony can you use this one with any work that you are doing?
I added an include routine - which works ok if the included file is plain text but bombs if it has any markup in it. So this is still open.
To add to the list of ToDos:
1. Finish Blade markup - should be 100% compatible with Blade Wiki
2. Finish Slash markup (my new syntax - goal is to have a PDA finger friendly language)
3. Create configuration editor & file to save settings
4. Fix CSS include (works on PC, not on PDA)
5. Create template page for new pages
6. Create export to HTML routine
7. Create landscape routine
8. Create "Open File(wiki)" to support multiple top level wikis
Yeah I agree UI is hard as its often different people use there devices in different ways etc.tsteward, I was thinking about moving the buttons to the right side of the screen when in landscape mode.
I don't know about putting markup language help in menu options - I probably wouldn't use them - but I've never really been good at having a knack for UI or usability. Maybe some type of pop-up that you could scroll through.
Why Not use the hardware lib resize event to re-order the controls position in landscape mode?Landscape mode working but the form is larger than the screen in landscape mode hence it creates a scroll bar. This is not desired as the web interface also displays a scroll bar on larger pages.
Sub Parse(url) url=ValidateURL(url) urlType=StrIndexOf(url,":",0) 'Msgbox(url & " = " & urltype) If urlType=-1 OR urlType=5 Then url=ValidateURL(url) CheckWikiFile(url) HtmStr=ReadWikiFile(url) 'Msgbox(HtmStr) addHistory(url) currentpage=url textbox1.Text=HtmStr Refreshweb Else url=StrReplace(url,"%2F","/") Shell(url) End If End Sub