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read-notepad(1) 								  read-notepad(1)

       read-notepad  -	Connect to the Palm handheld device and list the record information found
       in the Notepad application. Alternately, if no options are given, each record's image will
       be  converted  to  files,  using Portable Network Graphic (.png) or Portable Pixmap (.ppm)
       format. The default type is ppm.

       read-notepad -p <port> --list --type <type>

       read-notepad allows a PalmOS 4.0 or later user to read the data stored in the Palm Notepad
       application and extract the data into images and convert them to Portable Network Graphics
       (.png) or Portable Pixmap (.ppm) files.

       -p --port <port>
	      Use device file port to communicate with the Palm handheld device. If this  is  not
	      specified,  will	look  for  the	$PILOTPORT  environment variable. If both are not
	      found, will fall back to /dev/pilot.

       -h --help
	      Display help synopsis for read-notepad

       -v --version
	      Display version of read-notepad

       -l --list
	      List picture information found on the device instead of converting  them	to  image

       -t --type <type>
	      Specify the output picture type. Can be either "png" or "ppm".

       The  program  will  connect  to	the  target Palm handheld device, and list or convert the
       records and images found in the Palm  Notepad  application  to  Portable  Network  Graphic
       (.png) or Portable Pixmap (.ppm) files.

       read-notepad has no known bugs.

       Report bugs at http://bugs.pilot-link.org/

       read-notepad was written by Angus Ainslie <angusa@deltatee.com>.

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