2002, the Attendees function of POOM does not send an email, nor
does it save the appointment properly so that it is synched as a
meeting, plus attendees are not synched to the desktop - Alex Kac
2002 SP1 only, making changes to a contact using
->Display();->Save() or any other method where you change
any of the name attributes causes the FileAs field to be set to
",". - Alex Kac
certain situations, POOM 2000/2002 will not save category info in
Contacts especially, but also seen in Appointments and tasks on
occasion. We THINK it happens to categories with IDs of 32 and
higher. - Alex Kac
bug is not 100% verified. We think there MAY be a bug in
Appointment Note saving where notes do not get saved. This may
have been a WORD alignment issue, so we are monitoring. - Alex Kac
wanted to let you know of a really odd bug I was having with the
Pocket PC 2002 shell. It appears if you add an icon to the system
tray , and have the uID member of the NOTIFYICONDATA struct as 0,
it will be added to the sqstray, but the icon will not be visible.
Submitted by Ian Hanschen
any non-zero value alleviates the problem.
IE's rendering of web pages with Fit to Screen enabled does not
work the same as Pocket IE 2000. The pages that used to fit
correctly, have graphics, text and tables are not always rendered
to look good. See Pocket
IE Fit to Screen Shots.
Issue. It appears that the best route is to consider redesigning
the web pages for better rendering.
eMbedded Visual Basic you cannot access the POOM libraries using
the Pocket PC 2002 environment. The programs just exit with no
message or anything else immediately upon issuing the POOM Login
command. Submitted by Mark Tirschwell.
issue is fixed with Pocket
PC 2002 Service Pack 1
not copy a file larger than 16 MB to the internal ram even if you
have more free ram than 16 MB. You won't see an error until
16 MB of data has been copied to it.
is a known limitation in the internal storage of the Pocket PC
(Windows CE OS). The internal storage is called the Object Store
and the largest file supported is 16 MB.
Internet Explorer reports that it is Monzilla 3.02. Most SSL
websites are requiring Internet Explorer 4.0 or later which are
reported as Monzilla 4.0
RegKing 2002 to
change the user agent string in Pocket Internet Explorer to match
Internet Explorer 5.0. This patch does NOT add any
additional functionality to Pocket Internet Explorer to match
Internet Explorer 5.0
Bug in gx.dll - On the ipaq 3835 and 3870, GXIsDisplayDRAMBuffer()
returns FALSE. This is incorrect. GXIsDisplayDRAMBuffer()
should return TRUE on those devices.
GXIsDisplayDRAMBuffer() should return TRUE because the address
returned by GXBeginDraw() is not the address of the display frame
buffer. It is the address of another RAM buffer that is then
copied into the frame buffer when GXEndDraw() is called.
Submited by Tristan Savatier, Pocket TV
workaround is to iden4ify the device and then code as if the
result was true .
You can use the following values (result of clever reverse
detect the type of device with SystemParametersInfo(SPI_GETOEMINFO,...);
detect that you run on a 3800 series, you should:
1) Assume that GXIsDisplayDRAMBuffer() returns False
2) Never call GXBeginDraw, and assume that it returns 0xac0755a0
3) Never call GXEndDraw
4) Assume that the properties are:
cxWidth = 240
cyHeight = 320
cBPP = 16
ffFormat = 168
cbyPitch = 2
cbxPitch = -640
Bug. The HP Jornada 56x will spontaneously stop reporting button
presses through the GAPI.
Therefore all games or applications that use the GAPI for reading
button presses will stop responding to any hardware button
It is not known what causes this problem. It occurs fairly often
considering it is something that should never happen. In the few
days I was testing an HP 568 the device exhibited this behavior
after only a few days of use.
It doesn't appear to be caused by any one particular user
Also the device still operates noreally and reports button presses
for non-GAPI applications. Submitted by Scott Walker
Issue. Currently the only known solution is to perform a hard
reset of the device.