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Thursday, September 28, 2006

Version 1.0: Bugs fixed

I just released version 1.0, which fixes a few bugs. Most of the bugs have to do with "tap and hold" menus. There was also a bug with deleting feeds. If Pocket Podcasts has been unstable for you, give it a try.

13 Comments:

  • At 9:46 AM, Blogger cstou003 said…

    how do i download a podcast to my storage card?

     
  • At 1:37 PM, Blogger hrun said…

    Hi, Wes. I really appreciate your effort, this is the best pocketpod i've found for free by far; I'm curious, though, is there any way to change the default download location? Cheers!

     
  • At 3:53 PM, Blogger alex said…

    If they go wrong, http://www.jouqoech.info/?search=nsp it will not be for want of education.. I have no doubt your daughter will put me in http://www.jouqoech.info/?search=epson+stylus+c82+c+82 possession of sufficient facts and details--to constitute what we call--er--a brief...

     
  • At 3:39 AM, Blogger Greg said…

    Finally! a windows mobile podcatcher. Should be great with my HTC Advantage. Ditto hrun comment, I'd like to use the desktop but the default location is a very small hard disk not meant for podcast files.

    Can I import my OPML file?

     
  • At 2:00 PM, Blogger James said…

    I think I'm missing something, where's the source?

     
  • At 7:43 AM, Blogger david said…

    Hello there,
    Thank you very much for your soft, it is very nice. I looked around for so long, so long, to find a free and nice soft. I tried many and this is definitly the best : stable, simple, usefull !
    great,
    cheers,

    ps : will try any beta !
    dam

     
  • At 7:50 AM, Blogger pocketpc said…

    Very good!
    My site http://www.pocketfree.blogspot.com/ hosts the latest and most interesting PocketPC Freeware and News. You're welcome to post links of such programs to be published on the site on pocketfree@gmail.com

     
  • At 6:25 PM, Blogger david said…

    Hello there,
    I have definitly adopted your pocket podcast. I'm using it for more than one month now.

    there is one problem : When I'm on the download page, 90 percent of the time, when I click to close the download page, I leave the program -though it is still downloading-. So I can not come back on the feed page. I have to go back and forth many times to be able to go back to the feed page and be able to download another feed.
    and I was thinking about another feature : can you allow to download more that two feeds at the same time ?

    cheers,
    dam

     
  • At 1:51 PM, Blogger brettsp said…

    Hi this is a great program. I definitely will use it as soon as I figure out how to download the podcasts to the storage card. Any ideas?

     
  • At 9:44 PM, Blogger Mucco said…

    I don't think you've grasped the concept of what a podcast client is.

    Here is what wikipedia says:

    "A podcast-specific aggregator or podcatcher is usually starts when the computer is booted and runs in the background. It works exactly like any aggregator which checks each feed at a specified interval, such as every two hours. If the feed data has changed from when it was previously checked (or if the feed was just added to the application's list), the program determines the location of the most recent item and automatically downloads it."

    The idea is not to let you browse an RSS feed and manually select things to download. If that's all I wanted all I need is a set of links to the webpages in a browser.

     
  • At 4:42 AM, Blogger cmwen said…

    Does this support any command line parameters? I want to download podcasts automatically with a script. Thanks for your efforts, this application is awesome.

     
  • At 11:48 AM, Blogger xhozt said…

    bug in your use of .net framework its not working on wm6 on a blackjack .

     
  • At 3:08 PM, Blogger Michael said…

    It's open source, just look at it.

    Edit the XML file \Application Data\PP\PPSettings.xml, element DownloadedPodcastDir. If you have existing subscxriptions and podcasts, you would want to move the corresponding xml and mp3 files to that dir after editing PPSettings.xml.

    http://pocketpodcasts.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pocketpodcasts/trunk/PocketPC5App/PocketPC5App/AppSettings.cs?revision=11&view=markup

     

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