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Old 11-27-2004, 01:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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There is an option to support embedded media (Flash, svg). Is there a RIM version of flash available?
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RIM does not make Flash. However, if the technology can be compiled to work within Java, then it would likely be supported by the RIM browser.

You will likely best recognize the SVG format on a handset with icons on a home screen that are able to have animation (see link below for example). This is made available by a company called Plazmic, and is built-in to the RIM OS.

It appears that they also have a Flash converter thats part of this built-in package that will convert the Flash animations to SVG format.
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Whenever I try to view an HTML page with my 7100t, the page gets all folded up and the layout is squished. Is this a problem with my local settings on my Black Berry, or is that the way html present on everyone's 7100t????



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Carbo Jack,

All web sites view like that? Or just some? Mobile browsing is definitely a bit of a crap shoot with browsers and standards not quite being in sync. Do you have any specific URLs that aren't working?
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I have since quit teh internet access, and now have an unlimited SMS plan and use the device for that.

I think the 7100t is a great device for corporate users who have Enterprise servers and companies paying for the service. But, for private users using BWC, I don't think it is such a wonderful device.


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I have since quit teh internet access, and now have an unlimited SMS plan and use the device for that.

I think the 7100t is a great device for corporate users who have Enterprise servers and companies paying for the service. But, for private users using BWC, I don't think it is such a wonderful device.


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myblackberry and mailstreet require me to not only have the $29 plan, but to pay an additional monthly fee. Why shoudl I pay an additional $40 bucks just to have email? I should have gone with the OGO or the Sidekick II
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