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    Originally posted by craigiecraigie4
    No - midi enhancer gives U better sounds (crappy trumpet replaced by more vical sound etc). U can use a standard midi editor to raise volume of any track tho. Search for midi apps on Google.
    where can i find midi enhancer? i searched yahoo and google and was unable to locate it.

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    You should be able to get it here (you'll have to join the Yahoo Group): http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thebes...00/files/Apps/

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    MEGA hint!

    How to make the camera store pics on your memory stick:

    In camera mode, choose a memory stick folder from the drop-down list in the top right filter. new pics will now be stored here.

    I can't believe how many people don't know this, and they then consume all their C: memory and permenantly hang the phone!

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    how to convert mp3 to OGG udsing the dbpower converter ??
    the only option is mp3 and wave

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    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-ogg.htm

    Go there and get the OGG codec/plugin.

    (I find using 96kbps for OGG is a good balance for size/sound quality)

    Also remember when you play the OGG files to send to a /Documents foldre not an /Audio one as they will not be allowed

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    Originally posted by munkay
    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-ogg.htm

    Go there and get the OGG codec/plugin.

    (I find using 96kbps for OGG is a good balance for size/sound quality)

    Also remember when you play the OGG files to send to a /Documents foldre not an /Audio one as they will not be allowed


    thx aloy

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    hmmm sorry :P once again what is the best setting for the Ogg files :P thax :P

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    What to do

    Originally posted by mell0_2000
    Hey does Midi Enhancer make the ring tones louder?

    The default ring tones appear to be very low, I downloaded a midi Of a popular song and it is Loud, but it is not appropriate when at work.

    mell0
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    I have the midi enhancer software. Now, please where do I install it? It is not obvious to me, so a little help would be appreciated.

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    may i just ask this please...

    when is it ok to take the memory stick out? i use 2 memstiks, 1 for my everyday, one for my videos etcetc... when is it ok to take it out? do i have to turn my phone off then take it out everytime?

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    Originally posted by mrbadbadtz
    may i just ask this please...

    when is it ok to take the memory stick out? i use 2 memstiks, 1 for my everyday, one for my videos etcetc... when is it ok to take it out? do i have to turn my phone off then take it out everytime?
    You don't need to turn the phone off, just make sure that any apps running off the memory stick have been closed first.

    If you open your VideoPlayer and change cards, you'll see the new files appear after a few seconds.
    artesea - P990i Generic World 1 | Organizer: R4B03

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    Re: What to do

    Originally posted by flashgordonv
    Guys
    I have the midi enhancer software. Now, please where do I install it? It is not obvious to me, so a little help would be appreciated.
    b ump. Any help please?

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    You've got v3 which didn't come with nstructions for some reason. Here's what u need:

    Create directory: c:\System\Data\Beatnik

    copy npatches.hsb to: C:\System\Data\Beatnik

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    Thanks

    Many thanks

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    Hi everybody,

    Being a series 60 owner, and reading the UIQ threads as more of a curiosity, I don't have any hard answer for this, but the posts on the screen-lock program with an improper ID number caught my attention.

    Has it occured to anyone to try taking a hex editor, or perhaps some other more appropriate development tools (I don't yet fully comprehend symbian's ID system) and changing the ID number? The patched version, or at least the process by which you can patch a normal version, could be released.

    Two problems with this approach occur to me:

    a) May be against the software license to "reverse engineer" the program, and you may hereby be in violation...

    b) I would do it, but I don't imagine that most people (even those who _can_ do it) will want to...

    At any rate, it's a thought, and it would solve the problem of co-existance with the other application.

    Chris

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    Classy Stylus

    Stylii seem to be all of a muchness so what do you think of this.
    Tombow produce a rollerball pen called the egg. (see http://mkn.co.uk/pen/tombow/egg ). This is a very small >10cm pen which fits the palm really well and is very pocketable. It's well balanced and a dream to use!
    Belkin produce packs of 3 replacement round stylii. Very plain plastic and I originally bought them to replace lost iPaq stilii. However, when cut to the right length they fit inside the Tombow just like a replacement refill!
    Everyone comments on it when you pull it out to use it!
    The pens are not cheap, but, I have never used anything better. Not a wonderfull pic but you get the idea!
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