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Re: 41 emulator
Message #1 Posted by John K. (US) on 15 Jan 2003, 4:10 a.m.

> If you like PalmOS try to find the emulator from Bernd Abel.

Unfortunately, Coconut (Bernd Abel's excellent 41CX emulator for Palm OS) doesn't seem to be around any more. I was interested in registering a second copy, but his web site simply states that the site has been suspended and that his products are no longer available, and PalmGear no longer lists either the Classic or Connected versions of Coconut.

There is another one out there called P41CV by Charles Lee (also available through which is less expensive than Coconut, but I haven't had a chance to try it out yet.

Re: 41 emulator
Message #2 Posted by Bill Hemphill on 15 Jan 2003, 10:59 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by John K. (US)

I agree that the Coconut 41XC emulator for Palm is excelent. Too bad it's no longer available.

Charles Lee's P41CV is also very good. The nice thing about P41CV is that the registered version includes a Rom Manager which allows you to change the 41CV Modules on the Palm - 12 modules are included including the Advantage and PPC modules. Unforturnately, it doen't include the Extended Functions or Timer Modules. Hopefully, he'll update it to a CX one day.

Another nice feature on P41CV is that you can select a keyboard image that does not include the alpha characers (a, b, c..etc). This allows for a cleaner looking keyboard. Since you can grafiti the alpha characters, it's not a problem not having them on the image.

There's also a high resolution Sony Clie keyboard image that looks great!

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