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Old 12-01-2011, 07:57 AM   #16
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No problem.
But if I was a moderator I would have moved the Hanvon discussion to another forum where other people who might be interested can find it.
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:05 AM   #17
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I have asked the Moderators to move this thread out of Onyx Boox and either to Other or to a dedicated Hanvon section (which currently does not exist).
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Question Hanvon WiseReader question

I have a question to anyone owning a Hanvon WiseReader with stylus support: how do you convert the handwritten notes (.tra files) to picture or pdf format with the included software?

I am very impressed with my new N800, it works great as a note-taking tool. However, I have not been able to crack this function. The files seem to be transferred to the pc (all the titles are there), but they are all blank. When I convert them, I get blank picture/pdf files.

I would also be interested whether the E920 performs better in this respect?
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