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I have two webpages of an intranet website open in IE version 6 on a Windows CE 5.0 platform.  If I have a cursor in one field on the 1st webpage then I move to the second page, the cursor does not follow me as it does on a standard windows platform (2000 or xp).  I continuously have to click my stylus into the field to type anything in.

WHY??!!!

is it because IE is so slimmed down for CE that features that are programmed into IE for a standard windows platform just aren't on the CE version?  or is it a programming aspect that i am missing.
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Its called Compact Edition for a reason
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and that's worth 500 points???

need something a bit better than that.  anyone else?
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SQL server 2005 is approx 2.4GB. Your avg CE device has about 128MB and plus you need system files so you cant use ALL your space for Sql server.
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Mikal -
How is SQL server going to assist with this problem?
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