Scott Crevier has created a few list databases to share - if you’re a NFL fan this might be something you’ll get a lot out of.
Check them out on his download page
If anyone else has databases they’d like to share, drop me an email and I’ll happily add some links.
November 26th, 2006
Denis Davydov email@example.com has built a Win32 (yes, this works with Windows/XP) companion program for List. You can get it from: http://denisd.newmail.ru/palm/listpc.zip or http://denisd.scadasoft.ru/palm/listpc.zip. [Edit: Links are busted - but a copy can be found here] Hopefully this will help many of you edit your List data on your PC. I’ve also tried to clean up stale links on the website. The number one complaint people have is that List does not yet support the SDCard or MemoryStick — please be patient. It is something I am working on.
April 13th, 2003
More bug fixes. PalmOS3.5 seemed to introduce a new crash for List, now fixed with version 0.99. The latest debug ROMs turned up a few minor problems as well, so those have been fixed. List works on all versions of PalmOS from 1.0 to 3.5.A small change to the downloads. The listlite.zip is now just the english version of List. If you are looking for the French, German, Japanese, Russian, Danish, or Spanish versions of List please download listintl.zip. The main reason for the split is to reduce the bandwidth the List site is generating, often when an update is made the site gets a bandwidth jam for a few days.
A Spanish translation is now available thanks to Rivero Alberto. Thanks also go to Laurent Poujoulat for convincing me to make the changes to List to improve the international language support. Other features include an improved algorithm for the quick find text, and the 12 database limit is gone (except for PalmOS1.0).
Kirk Conyers has an update to the list2wrd.zip utility. Jano van Hemert has taken the perl scripts and made a website that will create a list database from your bookmarks, check it out: http://www.wi.leidenuniv.nl/~jvhemert/scripts/palm-bookmarks/. Darren Dunham author of the perl scripts has his own website up now: http://home.pacbell.net/dunhamd/.
Carolyn Scheppner has created a modified version of List 0.97 called PlayList, you can check it out on her website: http://www.chesco.com/~carolyn [Please note: anyone wanting to re-distribute a modified version of List needs to get my permission to do so, thanks].
It seems that MemoWare has started hosting List databases, so I would like to ask anyone that has created a List database they want to share to upload them to MemoWare.
July 3rd, 2000