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Old 10-16-2004, 08:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if you can get a screen capture on the 7100t?

I know on the PPC you have a "VNC - like" tool that puts the PPC screen on my laptop and I can "print screen" it - does something like this exist for Blackberry?

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I would like to find a screen capture utility as well for writing user instructions, particularly as version 4.0 moves away from the Desktop Manager software to doing everything on the handheld. Anyone know of one?
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Your best bet would be to install the 7100 simulator from RIM's site and grab screen captures that way. That's how I do it for our org here.
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Your best bet would be to install the 7100 simulator from RIM's site and grab screen captures that way. That's how I do it for our org here.
Unfortunately I need screen shots of a custom application, unless I can load that into the simulator.... can I?
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Yes. Just copy the cod files into the simulator directory with all the other simulator cod files (not sure which one it is, but it might be the /java subdir off the simulator main dir). It will automatically pull your custom app onto the simulator
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Just as bfrye said:

C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry JDE 4.0\simulator\Java
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Just as bfrye said:

C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry JDE 4.0\simulator\Java
Okay, I typically do not use this, but my JDE username must be "ID-10T".

I am just not getting this.

I copied the cod files into the directory above, and the simulator did not load them. I went into the options -> applications on the sim and they are not listed...

Also, my JDE did not seem to come with the 7100t image, I am getting the 7290. Now, first I will volunteer that I did not RTFM, nor did I search the board, primarily because this is a low priority issue for me, but it seems that jibi and frye seem to know the answers, so I am hoping that one of you will be gracious enough to lend me a quick hand.

Thanks!

EDIT:

Okay, I got the 7100t simulator working, but the custom application still won't load... I don't see any obvious place to add the .cod files to a load script, so any advise is welcomed!
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There is no "load script" per se. Copy them into the directory with all the other .cod files and it should load up automaticallly. I will test this monday at work again if you are still having problems with it.
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There is no "load script" per se. Copy them into the directory with all the other .cod files and it should load up automaticallly. I will test this monday at work again if you are still having problems with it.
I was able to get it working. I had to copy the alx and cod files into the simulator root directory, not the java directory. Application loaded right up, and I got the O2 theme loaded onto the sim using a themes.alx file...

Thanks again to all who helped... I just wish I could populate data into my application on the sim...
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