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LJ2ME 1.03 [Aug. 4th, 2004|05:13 pm]
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[xfyre]
LJ2ME 1.0.3 released

This is a maintenance/bugfix release addressing two problems:

- incorrect handling of the date field on Motorola V300/V400/V500/V600 phones
- incorrect handling of the cyrillic letters when running on Sun Wireless Toolkit (the latter problem does not affect end-users at all, as long as it appears only with emulator software)

So, the upgrade is reasonable only for users having new Motorola phone models.

LJ2ME stands for "LiveJournal for J2ME" - LiveJournal client that runs on any device incorporating Sun's Java 2 Micro Edition
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[User Picture]From: sonador_poeta
2004-09-07 10:30 am (UTC)
is there any plan to enable this for use on deadjournal also?
I know that livejournal and deadjournal run vitually the same code, it's just a matter of referancing a differant server URL for deadjournal.

i have a journal on livejournal and one on deadjournal. i would like to use this on both.

thanks!
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[User Picture]From: xfyre
2004-09-07 11:21 am (UTC)
currently, it requires only modifying one line in application descriptor to use any other LJ-based blog. there's no support for changing the option inside the client, but I probably can add it in a next maintenance release.
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[User Picture]From: sonador_poeta
2004-09-08 07:24 am (UTC)
that would be cool.
but, would I have the ability to have 2 accounts on the same application, or would I need to install it twice, once for each server?
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[User Picture]From: xfyre
2004-09-08 11:18 am (UTC)
if it would be implemented, it would work like an option that you will change each time you want to use another server.

or maybe it's better to implement selection list, if there's a list of the most popular LJ-compliant blogs somewhere.

I'm still undecided.
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