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  • Play List
    their mp3 playlists from to the phone Buttons Add Add the selected song to the current playlist Save Save the changes made to the current playlist Help Bring up this help page Revert Discard all changes Previous Call History Up

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tab-playlist.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • T9 Editor
    pressing the phone key sequence in the T9 Keys field This list of words is displayed in order of preference The list order can be changed by selecting the word and moving it up or down within the list by clicking on the up or down arrow To delete a word select it from the list and click on the X taskbar icon or alternately main menu Edit Delete To

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tab-t9editor.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Filesystem
    it Some files don t have a date which is why none is displayed Menus Right clicking on a directory brings up this menu Choosing New File will place the file of your choice in this directory It will have the same name as your source file Filesystem backup and restore functionality is only suitable for expert users who understand what they are doing You can easily make your phone inoperative by restoring inappropriate files Backing up the directory will result in a zip file of only the contents of this directory ie subdirectories will be ignored You can include all subdirectories by backing up the entire tree Restore will let you select a zip file whose contents will be placed below this directory You will get a dialog box showing you what files will be restored and what their names will be You will be able to choose to only restore some files Refresh will get the contents of the directory from the phone again You can also close the directory and reopen to refresh the contents Delete will delete this directory all the files within it and all subdirectories Use it with caution and it would be prudent

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tab-filesystem.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Protocol Log
    phone It is off by default and needs to be turned on in the View menu This will consume vast amounts of memory and slow your machine down so only use it for low level debugging purposes Right clicking on the log text brings up an edit menu that allows you to copy information from the log page into other applications Use the menu option View Clear Logs to clear

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tab-protocollog.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Howtos
    Users Data Directories Import Calendar Data Import Outlook Notes Tasks Add Ringtones Add Images Set category Do Data Recording Previous Protocol Log Up Reference Next Backups BitPim Online Help built

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howtos.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Backups
    just save the contents of the BitPim data directory Use Edit Settings to see where it is Copy it back to do a restore For expert users only you can also do a lower level backup and restore directly of the files on your phone This requires using the filesystem view Note that some files on your phone file system may be read only and cannot be restored from a

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howto-backups.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Multiple Users/Data Directories
    the operating system level seperate phone data If you only login to your computer as one user but would like to have separate BitPim data settings for multiple phones then you will need to tell BitPim either the data directory name or the configuration file name upon initialization BitPim stores all of its settings in a configuration file with a default name of bitpim The name of the current data directory and configuration file are displayed in the settings dialog To specify a different data directory you can use the following command bitpim d data dir name To specify a different configuration file to use use the following command bitpim c config file name In Windows files with extension bitpim are associated with the BitPim program ie you can double click on such a file to launch BitPim using that file as the configuration file As a result to use a different data directory Windows users can simply double click on the associated configuration file located in that data directory To create and use a new BitPim data directory Windows users can do the following steps Create a new data directory In that data directory create an empty file named

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howto-multipleusers.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Import Calendar Data
    folder Read all the calendar items from the source The Import Calendar Dialog will list all the items that have been successfully read Optionally set one or more filtering parameters to eliminate unwanted items Import the data into BitPim by using one of the following methods Replace All First delete all existing calendar data in BitPim and then import the new data Add Import the new data with existing data

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howtos-calendarimport.htm (2016-02-14)
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