your Casio BE-300 look and feel more like a PPC!
|As I no longer own a BE-300, I
will not be adding anything new to this evaluation.
Reviewed version: Version 0.9 build 7
BeShell was created by Denis I. Chetverikov (a.k.a. "Dic") from Moscow. He is also the creator of the aygshell.dll file which makes it possible for BE users to have and use a PPC menu.
Although there is no interface for easily manipulating hotspots, it is possible for those with a rudimentary understanding of a graphics editor, text editor and how to use coordinates to create their own skins.
Creating on-screen hotspots
Just tap and hold, then tap Add Item... Browse to the application you want to add, then tap OK. Drag the icon to wherever you want to place it. Tap and hold the icon to remove it, move it, alter its properties or select between a large or small icon.
Download the PPC2003 skin
Download the Windows XP skin (Updated 22 Aug 2003)
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terms "Windows," "Star Trek" and "Tricorder"
are used only to describe the look-alike
properties of the skin sets contained within this site.
TVThemeGuy's PDA Site is another Neil Strawbridge production. Be sure to visit TV's Greatest Hits. Your favorite classic and current TV themes in high-quality MIDI format... All in one place.