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Download & Install Qabalah Trainer Onto Your Palm Handheld

 
Qabalah Trainer requires Palm O.S. 3.5 or higher.

Click here to download Qabalah Trainer version 1.0.3 ("QabalahTrainer.prc").

If you're on a Mac, you may have to click the above link while holding your "Control" button down, or click here to download it in Zip-compressed format ("QabalahTrainer.zip").

You should be prompted to either open it or save it.  Click Open.  The Palm Desktop Install Tool should open up.  Click Done.  Perform a HotSync operation.

If you can't open and install it directly, save it to a folder you will remember.  Next, open Palm Desktop, click Install, click Add, select "QabalahTrainer.prc" from the folder wherein you saved it, click Open and click Done.  Perform a HotSync operation.

If you have any difficulties at all, please don't hesitate to Contact Me!
  

Version History

v1.0.3(7/1/2003)Fixed an occasional font-size bug on Sony hi-res' devices with Palm OS 5.0.
v1.0.2(4/29/2003)Fixed a flood-fill graphics bug on Sony hi-res' devices with Palm OS 5.0.
v1.0.1(4/24/2003)No longer requires PToolboxLib.prc.  Better compatibility with Palm OS 5.0.
v1.0(4/6/2002) 

  

   

Legal Disclaimer
 
By downloading Qabalah Trainer, you agree to the following terms concerning usability and liability:
 
Qabalah Trainer is Copyright 2002-2003, B. Lawrence Berge.
 
Unless explicitly stated in writing, B. Lawrence Berge does not grant permission to distribute the software for profit in any form, including, but not limited to, electronic information service distribution, bulletin board distribution, and/or magnetic or optical medium distribution.
 
B.L. Berge is not responsible for any damage to the purchaser's computer system or data and in no event will B.L. Berge be responsible to the purchaser for any consequential, incidental, or indirect damages arising out of the use or inability to use Qabalah Trainer.

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