Re: Fn+F3

Marc DeVinney (Marc.DeVinney@rockdal.aud.alcatel.com)
Wed, 05 Feb 1997 08:33:54 -0600

John,

I believe that the state file is created when the program is launched. I
don't notice any increase in memory use when I use Fn+F3 to close.

MED.

John Justin wrote:
>
> Pressing Fn+F3 creates a state file for the app that you are in: it
> doesn't free up any memory, it uses up more! A way to delete state files
> that have been created on the internal drive is to do a soft reset. To
> close a program that resides on a card, tap the card icon.
>
> Best,
> John Justin
>
> Christopher Paradies wrote:
> >
> > >Any reason why you want the keyboard to
> > >work when the screen wass rotated?
> >
> > Yes. How can you use Fn+F3 without the keyboard to really close a program
> > and free up valuable memory?
> >
> > Ciao,
> > Chris
>
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