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1) It already caches pages. Look under Tools->Options->General and
you'll see "Temporary internet files" listed, thats just like desktop
There's also a add-in called "internet explorer tools" which allows
you to change the cache size (mine's at 4.5 meg) to stop it gobbling
all your RAM (or you can save more if you like) take a look at http://www.ppc4all.com/appdetail.php?id=160
There's a temporary internet files folder in \My
Device\Windows\Temporary Internet Files, but that's not the one which
gets used. The files are actualy found (using file manager) in
\My Device\Windows\Profiles\Guest\Temporary Internet Files and the 4
sub-solders under that. Clear your cache then browse a site and you'll
see it fill up. You can browse the images, then copy+paste them from
there (though they can be difficult to identify as you can't tap+hold
and get the filename in PIE !)
2) Dunno. Sometimes it's a pain.
Cheers - Neil
On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 18:56:32 -0800, "muskrat"
>Is there a way to cache pages or images or anything while
>browsing via PIE? Also, how come I can not save an image
>like I can in Internet Explorer?