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Old 27th March 2006, 06:06 PM
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Default Why do I have trouble sometimes using Calligrapher with Agenda Fusion?

Some users are able to use Calligrapher to enter data into Agenda Fusion with no trouble and others have problems from time to time.

Depending on your device, the drivers and applications that are currently running (i.e. WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.), loading a different input method (like Calligrapher) may fail due to the lack of availability of sufficient memory within a certain segment of memory on your device. It's not specifically due to having too much memory in use at the time, simply that the operating system can't load the input method into a specific region of memory that is used by the input methods, drivers and some core operating system libraries.

There are also scenarios on some device configurations where the OEM's drivers make it nearly impossible to load an additional input method, even if there are no other programs running at the time.

It all comes down to what the operating system has loaded (like drivers), and where it has loaded them that affects this the most.

If you do have Bluetooth or Wi-Fi capabilities, I can only suggest seeing if it behaves any differently if you turn these services off and then try to repeat the scenario and see if this makes a difference. Some users find it helpful to open Calligrapher prior to opening Agenda Fusion instead of vice versa.
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