OLH is a system extension to display images every time your PalmOS handheld is turned on or off.
The problem is the handera QVGA extension. I made some tests to support the 240x320 resolution. Most of the time it was working, but when an "alert" is active it is not possible to change the resolution so the image is not shown correct.
Use the file "olh-en-sony.prc" or "olh-de-sony.prc" for your Sony device. All logos will be shown using the Sony Hires Mode. Normal logos (160x160) will be shown at the upper left corner of the screen.
No. It's a feature :-)
It seems so.
Some users have reported that OLH doesn't work well when using programs like Datebk or Action Alarms. A few users with Palm m130 have reported that OLH causes problems with all kind of alarms. If you are using OLH with a Palm m130 and it's working well, please let me know.
No. OLH supports exact one database with one or more images.
To emulate more than one database use the cyclic or random mode and set different ranges for wakeup and sleep logos. E.g. image 1 to 3 for wakeup / cyclic and image 4 to 7 for sleep / random. So it looks like you have two different databases.
The available memory for the creator tool is defined by the
JAVA virtual machine. Currently there is no way for an application
to get more memory than the VM will give. So you have to say the
VM to use more memory.
For the JAVA VM from Sun Microsystems there is a commandline switch to specify the maximum heap memory. Please add the the switch -Xmx128m to the commandline when starting the JAVA VM. It should look like "java -Xmx128m -jar olh.jar".