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Unread 09-26-2007, 04:53 PM
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PSSF-Sharpshooters Friend??

Anybody running this program? I just downloaded the program to a Palm Zire 21. I'm not having much luck getting any useful info. Please share any operation specifics thats working for your set-up. Also how does this program compare to Exbal?
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    Anybody running this program? I just downloaded the program to a Palm Zire 21. I'm not having much luck getting any useful info. Please share any operation specifics thats working for your set-up. Also how does this program compare to Exbal?
    I think it compares very well with Exbal. I have it and Exbal on a Tungsten T3. It's simple to use, fast, free, and accurate. It uses Arthur Pejsa's mathematics, quite possibly a big plus over programs based on the old drag functions. I give it two thumbs up!
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    Ya it a nice program. I just had to spend a little time learning how it works. Plus you can't complain about the price
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