ADDENDUM.TXT Driver File Contents (mirascanv501u07_bqa.zip)

Album To Go and Album To Go Desktop are copyright (c) 1999 - 2000 by ClubPhoto
Written by Mark Chao-Kuang Yang

web site: http://www.clubphoto.com
e-mail:   albumtogo@clubphoto.com
addr:     650 Saratoga Ave.
             San Jose, CA 95129



This file points out some problems that might occur when using Album To Go.

----- Beaming the Album To Go Palm application to another party.
Before beaming the Album To Go application ensure the receiving Palm does not have any Album To Go image files. All Album To Go image files will be removed during the beaming process. 

Due to the system architecture and the way Album To Go manages files, PalmOS sees Album To Go and all of its related files as one file (i.e. images are stored as Album To Go resources in a file).  So, when beaming the Album To Go application, should the receiving unit select "Yes" when asking whether to over write the application, all the Album To Go image files will be removed.

----- Over-writing files
Make sure that the image file name is different before HotSync-ing.  Older image files with the same name will be over-written.

----- Avoiding inferred confirmation dialog when receiving files.
After receiving an image file via infrared, a confirmation dialog box will be displayed if you are not in AlbumToGo.  To avoid the confirmation dialog, simply receive the file while in AlbumToGo. However, when the receiving file has the same name as an existing file, a confirmation dialog box will be displayed to confirm if the old file should be over-written.

----- Album To Go color currently doesn't support black and white images.  Please go to http://www.clubphoto.com/software to download the latest Album To Go application for further udpates.
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