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Thread: Irealbook on pocket PC?

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    Default Irealbook on pocket PC?

    Hello,

    first, scuse my english, i'm french.

    I want to know if this wonderfull software will be develop on pocket PC?
    It could be a very good news for every pocket PC user.

    Thanks,
    Best regards,
    DaD

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    Hello,
    I'm now looking into porting the application to the Android platform.
    Next in the pipeline is a Windows version of the Editor.
    Since my time is limited unfortunately I won't be able to work on a Pocket PC version anytime soon.

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    thanks for your answer.

    I think about create a web software with the same goal. We may create a think witch could be compatible?

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    Yeah, a web app could be cool. The problem is that what if you're in a jazz club in the cellar and there's no connection....

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    it's true. it may be complementary with your software.
    I need to know how its built for your files to make my app compatible with yours

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    Default When can we expect a windows version of the editor?

    Anxiously waiting for it.

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    so, massimobio, finaly you use my idear before i finish my web software.... i worked for 1 month for nothing....
    you could have said in this post, it would have avoided the effort

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    Sorry about that. I didn't know that you were actually working on something similar, you never showed me anything about your work.

    From what I understood you wanted to make a web based iReal Book. What I made is just an editor to create new charts or edit existing one and the idea had been floating around for a long time.
    A user had suggested using Google Web Toolkit to make an editor back in February 2009 and that is what I did in the past 8 weeks.

    I did not announce anything because it was a very difficult project and until the very end I wasn't sure if it was actually going to work.
    PC's and Mac browsers handle fonts and other things differently so it took great effort on my side to be able to make it work on all platforms (alas on only a couple of browsers).

    Sorry again if you feel like you waisted your time.
    Since you worked on something similar feel free to suggest improvements to my Web Editor.

    All the best,
    Massimo.

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    thanks for your message.
    I may not work for nothing... i'll thing how can i make it better...

    the chords charts of my software looks like that :



    i thing it'is easier for jazz musiciens. i'll work hardly to propose many view, merge for printing, and many stuff like that...

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