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Old 10-31-2005, 02:28 PM   #1
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Cerience RepliGo 2.0 for PPC updated

Isn't it great when a company takes an aging product and updates it with all the modern trimmings? After spending over 1-1/2 years in a coma, Cerince finally decided to silently upgrade their popular PDF reader RepliGo. Not exactly sure what's new, but PalmGear says that the entry was last updated in Oct 31, 2005, and the note on Windows Mobile 5.0 compatibility cannot be too old either. Common guys, we know you can do better to impress us!
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Old 10-31-2005, 05:18 PM   #2
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I believe from the Cerience forums that the only change is to make the viewer WM5 compatible. No other changes were made, or are planned at this point in time, which is a real shame, as Repligo only needs a few tweaks to be the perfect app for reading content that would normally be difficult to view on portable devices.

They haven't said so, but I think they're holding off with any improvements to put them into a version 3 so we can pay for the upgrade. Harsh, but probably true, if you read some of the posts on their forums (I'm Ommadawn there).

Repligo is still a great product though, and I'd recommend it for anyone to try out without hesitation.
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Old 11-13-2007, 02:17 AM   #3
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RepliGo viewer problem

Hello there!

Does anyone know why when I try to view a RGO file on fit to page scale, my device (Dell Axim X51V) states Memory Error. Not Enough Memory toi complete the opertaion..I noticed it is with bigger files 1Mb to 5 Mb..is there anything I could do perhaps with the viewer or the PDA ??? I also want to mention that until recently this featured worked for all programms and it still does on small programms..in the time I didn't do any big modifications to my pda.

Thanks a lot..please reply to docsergio2003@yahoo.com

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Hi. I have books with the RPO format. Is there any way of reading them on my PC?
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Sorry, I meant RGO format.
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Hi. I have books with the RPO format. Is there any way of reading them on my PC?
There seems to be a Windows viewer still available from here:
http://www.cerience.com/downloads/getpkg?id=viewwin

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