, and making it
fullscreen + transparent will make it the killer keyboard. Congratulation
for sharing your method. I will try it asap.
2009/3/8 Richard Kralovic r...@om.ksp.sk
despite some skepticism about having transparent keyboard in illume, I
decided to try it. After some
Any way we can get a package for this? I can't compile for my FR.
All binary packages that I have built are available at the howto page:
If you are using FSO milestone 5, they should work. If you are using
different distribution, they
Unfortunately the link to the Xglamo binary on your site is broken.
Should be fixed now, I'm sorry about that.
Openmoko community mailing list
I read somewhere that i must enable with framework? But how i can do this?
You need to request the wlan resource, e.g. by calling
mdbus -s org.freesmartphone.ousaged /org/freesmartphone/Usage
org.freesmartphone.Usage.SetResourcePolicy WiFi enabled
Afterwards you have interface eth0 available;
... so it's working in 2008.12 - I can supply my patched build of
illume.ipk if anyone wants it - the only problem being the qtopia
Great :-). If you wish, send it to me and I can add it to my webpage...
Options and Back buttons etc attached to the display bottom always
show on top of...
I was under the impression that audio for calls bypasses the CPU and
operating system entirely, going straight from the sound chip to the GSM
chip; if this is the case then such a recording wouldn't be possible.
That's true, but it should be possible to configure alsa mixer settings
With echo /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state sleep, the current drops
from 82.125 mA to 81.562 mA within 10 minutes. The battery is fully charged
# uname -a
Linux om-gta02 2.6.28-rc4 #1 PREEMPT Sun Feb 8 19:53:16 CET 2009 armv4tl
It may be the
Rask Ingemann Lambertsen wrote:
On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 07:32:24PM +0100, Richard Kralovic wrote:
It may be the case that the fixes for the current leak were introduced
in devel branch (linux-openmoko-devel). On kernel 2.6.29-rc3, my tests
show a drop from cca 80mA to cca 47mA.
GYPSY, frameworkd is using permanently 50% of CPU which seems very high to
Is this normal? Due to python? Or am I doing something wrong. I'm using SHR
testing but with FSO it's the same.
For me, GPS always causes very high load, too. I think it is due to
python (but maybe it is
be ready to install the old version of e-wm if you do not like
transparent qwo. I didn't find time to make a nicer patch on e-wm yet
(it is on my todolist, but quite deep, so patches are welcome)...
Thanks for any news
2009/3/12 Richard Kralovic r...@om.ksp.sk
thanks for you reply. I would need some more help before running the
installation process. I will write a wiki page on openmoko.org
Ok, I try to be more verbose. If you have more questions, just ask :-):
There are also feeds for shr testing
Then I restarted, and lead the xcom script. It runs ok (no errors).
But when I open the keyboard, it is not transparent, and the circles
from u... clockwise or the way back just change the size. Have I
really installed your qwo package ? How can I check please
Hmmm... you can e.g. check
I got nothing
So it looks like the qwo can not be configured because of dependency
problems with imlib2. Which version of imlib2 do you use? Maybe you
could try to remove imlib2 (with -force-depends) and install it again
from the repository on meru? Or maybe you can try the shr-unstable
You are welcome :-)
I will try to write a wiki page on this, if you don't mind
Sure, I will be happy about that.
P.S. I am testing just now some ideas how to enhance the accuracy of
qwo, so hopefully it will be even more finger-friendly soon ;-)
When patch will be more flexible, I will add it to SHR (patch for
compositing with Xglamo is already in SHR for some time)
Ok, so it should be a bit more flexible now. A new version (see updated
http://kedrigern.dcs.fmph.uniba.sk/~Openmoko/qwo) does not break the
builtin keyboard any
* you changed the yellow shapes. Could you tell us why ? By the way,
I changed it for better recognition accuracy. It is claimed by original
author of quikwriting (Ken Perlin), and my experience confirms it. For
me, it is _much_ easier to write with the new layout when using fingers.
* I can only write numbers with this version. the move from the center
I have just fixed that (a small bug that sneaked in just before I
released the patch...). Should be working now, try to reinstall qwo.
it doesn't remember i have made it show once i switch windows and this
gets really annoying. is there a way for it to remember it's state for
I do not know how hard is it to add this feature into illume, but maybe
a useful workaround is to modify the illume theme to have the
thank you for the workaround. the trouble is that showing the keyboard
always requires time to redraw the window than needs to be resized
if it stayed as is the response would be faster. i am surprised nobody
This is one of the benefits of using transparent keyboard :-). Although
window seat makes no difference : )
in fact for several minuets i was holding my freerunner against the
window and got nothing...
I used gps on my freerunner successfully on several flights :-). I just
pushed FR against the window and got a fix within few minutes.
Afterwards, everything worked
I am using transparent qwo, but I haven't upgraded my FR since I wrote
the instructions (it's on my todo list, but... :-) ). So, I am not very
sure about the current state of packages, but to the best of my
knowledge, situation is as follows:
1) 2) Nobody maintains Xglamo, last commit at
I guess the modifications comes from me (I didn't know that google hides
my mail so well ;-) ). It was basically just a quick hack to make
ventura more comfortable according to my opinion. You can use the menu
to hide the buttons at the bottom of the screen, so you are able to
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