From VizMotion Incorporated:
VizSync for MemoPad allows multi-user synchronization between FileMaker Pro databases and the native Palm OS Memo Pad application.
With VizSync, you can instantly synchronize all of the important data stored in your Palm's Memo Pad application, centralize this data and share it with others.
What's new in this version:
- Added a fix for VizSync to work with FileMaker Developer 6;
- Fix allows greater than 78 quotation mark (") characters in a Note field;
- Fix allows a newline to be placed at the end of the Preferences file;
- Fix correctly imports 12am as midnight rather than as noon;
- Support added for developer re-distribution licenses; OS9 new memory handling (beta) increases the number of new records that can be synced to about 4000 (Mac OS X allows for 10,000+)
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