Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02 - landscape big keyboard

2011-12-20 Thread Rafael Ignacio Zurita
--- On Mon, 12/19/11, Philip Rhoades p...@pricom.com.au wrote:
 People,
  
  bigkeyboard or biglandscapekeyboard :
  
  
  https://github.com/radekp/qtmoko/tree/master/src/plugins/inputmethods/biglandscapekeyboard
 
 
 This is good but when the text is bigger than 3 lines - you
 can't see what you are typing . .

Yes. We need to fix that. I will try to set the visible lines = 3,
so it starts to do scroll when text is larger than 3 and we
can see what we are writting. Also, no sure if removing the
numbers keys will do that space bigger (because the idea
is removing the number keys and doing the other bigger).

Let me try some tests and I will report if I was able
to fix that.

Rafa


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-19 Thread Radek Polak
On Sunday 18 December 2011 23:53:07 Tiago Bortoletto Vaz wrote:

 I'd like to see a voip client working for qtmoko. I've tested yate-qt4
 (http://packages.debian.org/sid/yate-qt4) and it seems to work well.

It looks nice. It would be also nice to fix the builtin voip client. IIRC it 
somehow worked (with some workaround for sound).

 I'm a bit confused about where I should report issues for qtmoko.
 There's a bug tracking system in github with 2 closed issues. There's a
 more active one available at sf.net.

The one sourceforge is currently the right one. But maybe we could use the one 
on github in future - it makes sense to have code+bugs at one place.

 Also, it would be nice if the project had an open wikipage for such
 things (e.g. a wishlist of apps to be ported and their current status).
 What do you think about migrating all the stuff to github? I'm here to
 help you on this, including migrating issues, wiki contents and doing
 some QA work.

I think you can use

http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/qtmoko/index.php?title=Main_Page

for wiki. But i have no problem with moving stuff from sourceforge to github if 
i dont have to do it myself ;-) If you want to do it, please let me know - i 
can try to give you accounts if needed.

I would like to keep sourceforge for downloads and web though. Downloads are 
really nice on SF, and web because qtmoko.org directs to 
qtmoko.sourceforge.net

Regards

Radek

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-19 Thread Giacomo 'giotti' Mariani

Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
I'd like very much some web-cam software in order to take pictures with 
a small USB web-cam.

I've seen http://gitorious.org/kapture, but never tried it ;-).

Tanks a lot,
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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-19 Thread Justus Winter
Hi Radek :)

Quoting Radek Polak (2011-12-19 10:59:41)
It would be also nice to fix the builtin voip client. IIRC it
somehow worked (with some workaround for sound).

Yeah, that would be nice. I think I identified a problem with it
though: the client doesn't detect whether it is NATed using stun and
thus sends wrong information to the sip proxy.

Cheers,
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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02 - landscape big keyboard

2011-12-19 Thread Philip Rhoades

People,


On 2011-12-15 01:53, Rafael Ignacio Zurita wrote:

Hi,

--- On Wed, 12/14/11, Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindf...@iki.fi 
wrote:

Rafael Ignacio Zurita rizur...@yahoo.com
writes:
 v37 of qtmoko brings a new ultra-alpha keyboard with big
 keys in landscape mode. So it works like this for sms :

What's the name of this program?


bigkeyboard or biglandscapekeyboard :


https://github.com/radekp/qtmoko/tree/master/src/plugins/inputmethods/biglandscapekeyboard



This is good but when the text is bigger than 3 lines - you can't see 
what you are typing . .


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-18 Thread M00R1Z


Op 17-dec.-2011, om 20:51 heeft fdvj...@vodafone.it het volgende geschreven:

 Il 11/12/2011 17:51, Radek Polak ha scritto:
 Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
 A better and lightweight picture-viewer, like ristretto or viewnior or 
 something similar.
 
 Joif
 


Maybe orrery ?
i use that app often
and it's sorely missed on qtmoko !

thanks for everything!

m00r1z





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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-18 Thread Frank

Is it possible to port Apps from Android to QtMoko?
I'm very interested in apps for geocaching like c:geo.

Regards Frank



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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-18 Thread Davide Scaini
It would be very nice to have foxtrotGPS :)
thanks!
davide

On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 1:44 PM, Frank openm...@fober.org wrote:
 Is it possible to port Apps from Android to QtMoko?
 I'm very interested in apps for geocaching like c:geo.

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-18 Thread correu griera
2011/12/18 Davide Scaini dsca...@gmail.com:
 It would be very nice to have foxtrotGPS :)
+10

 thanks!
 davide

 On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 1:44 PM, Frank openm...@fober.org wrote:
 Is it possible to port Apps from Android to QtMoko?
 I'm very interested in apps for geocaching like c:geo.

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-18 Thread Tiago Bortoletto Vaz
Hi Radek,

On Sun, 2011-12-11 at 16:51 +, Radek Polak wrote:
 Hi,
 after a small delay i am happy to announce QtMoko v37 also for Freerunner. I 
 have just rebuild the debian package for this release. You can find it here 
 [1], but apt-get update  apt-get upgrade from v35 should work too.
 
 I have not tested the release at all, because my Freerunner is currently 
 disassembled and is waiting for new case, so please take when upgrading to 
 v37.
 
 Here is list of changes since v36:

[...]
Thanks!

 Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?

I'd like to see a voip client working for qtmoko. I've tested yate-qt4
(http://packages.debian.org/sid/yate-qt4) and it seems to work well.

I'm a bit confused about where I should report issues for qtmoko.
There's a bug tracking system in github with 2 closed issues. There's a
more active one available at sf.net.

Also, it would be nice if the project had an open wikipage for such
things (e.g. a wishlist of apps to be ported and their current status).
What do you think about migrating all the stuff to github? I'm here to
help you on this, including migrating issues, wiki contents and doing
some QA work.

Best regards,


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-18 Thread Radek Polak
On Sunday 18 December 2011 22:31:41 correu griera wrote:

 2011/12/18 Davide Scaini dsca...@gmail.com:
  It would be very nice to have foxtrotGPS :)
 
 +10

As far as i know, foxtrotGPS is GTK application. It could be possible to run 
GTK apps on framebuffer and integrate them with QtMoko, but this is will take a 
lot of work.

Regards

Radek

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-17 Thread urodelo
For me it would be great to have the choice to select from a menu the  
folder where to look for the desired file in all the main application  
included in qtmoko, while actually they just look inside a default folder  
instead: eyepiece, media player, qdictopia, pictures, etc...


urodelo

On Sun, 11 Dec 2011 17:51:03 +0100, Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:


Hi,
after a small delay i am happy to announce QtMoko v37 also for  
Freerunner. I
have just rebuild the debian package for this release. You can find it  
here

[1], but apt-get update  apt-get upgrade from v35 should work too.

I have not tested the release at all, because my Freerunner is currently
disassembled and is waiting for new case, so please take when upgrading  
to

v37.

Here is list of changes since v36:

* doc - fixed toolchain instructions (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)
* finger friendly patches for contacts, shutdown, call history, qtmail  
(Rafael

Ignacio Zurita)
* added security.debian.org to sources.list (pabs3)
* using geomirros for in sources.list (pabs3)
* new input biglangscape input method (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)
* autorotation script (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)
* qx can now launch Qt-X11 apps like fbreader (LD_LIBRARY_PATH problem)
* qx can delete X11 lock files (useful if X crashed)
* delete qtopia temp dir on start (local sockets work after unclean  
restart)

* fixed singal status polling for AT modems
* option to disable signal polling for AT modems
* dont poll battery immediately on AT modems
* option to disable AT+CCED on AT modem
* option to decode operator name for AT modem plugins
* support for Exec argument .desktop files

Besides this i have figured out, how to quite easily rebuild regular Qt  
apps
for QtMoko so that you dont have to use qbuild. You can look forward  
very soon
for FBReader port (just finishing the .deb package), i hope i can do the  
same

with navit.

Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?

Regards

Radek


[1] http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/debian/qtmoko_37-1_armel.deb



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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-17 Thread fdvjoif

Il 11/12/2011 17:51, Radek Polak ha scritto:

Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
A better and lightweight picture-viewer, like ristretto or viewnior or 
something similar.


Joif

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-17 Thread dmatthews.org
I've a couple of queries (v37 gta02)

1. some of the keyboards are now redundant, to my mind just the new large 
landscape one and the docked keyboard for use with the console are sufficient. 
Is it possible to remove the others to make the switching keyboard routine 
slicker?

2. any idea if the built in voip client can be expected to work?

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-17 Thread David Garabana Barro
O Sábado, 17 de Decembro de 2011, fdvj...@vodafone.it escribiu:
 Il 11/12/2011 17:51, Radek Polak ha scritto:
  Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
 
 A better and lightweight picture-viewer, like ristretto or viewnior or
 something similar.

Migh be a port of Neon.
Fast and very usable on FR screen.

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Griera
On Tue, 13 Dec 2011 06:11:17 -0800 (PST)
Rafael Ignacio Zurita rizur...@yahoo.com wrote:

 Hi Robin,
 
 --- On Mon, 12/12/11, robin spielr...@web.de wrote:
 
  - SMS writing in Landscape in fullscreen mode (for my big
  thumbs I need all the 
  space I can get to have the keys separated ;-) ) 
  - Big SMS Keyboard Layout which can be as edited as the
  qtmoko themes, making it 
  a bit prettier and maybe allow the user to scale its
  height
 
 v37 of qtmoko brings a new ultra-alpha keyboard with big
 keys in landscape mode. So it works like this for sms :
 
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgZCWTrAev4
 

Very interesting this new keyboard. Thanks a lot!!

 Rafa
 
 
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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Timo Juhani Lindfors
Rafael Ignacio Zurita rizur...@yahoo.com writes:
 v37 of qtmoko brings a new ultra-alpha keyboard with big
 keys in landscape mode. So it works like this for sms :

What's the name of this program?


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Guilhem Bonnefille
Hi,

2011/12/12  fdvj...@vodafone.it:
 - a third button in the context bar, maybe for the keyboard;

+1

Really good idea. Currently, only two butons on this part of the
screen seems a waste.

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Guilhem Bonnefille
Hi,

A really big thank for you keeping our phones alive.

2011/12/11 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz:
 Besides this i have figured out, how to quite easily rebuild regular Qt apps
 for QtMoko so that you dont have to use qbuild. You can look forward very soon
 for FBReader port (just finishing the .deb package), i hope i can do the same
 with navit.

 Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?

A native navit GUI with deep integration with qtMoko would be great.
For example, an integration with address book, to store location of a
contact in address book and firing a GPS guidance in navit from
address book. An other same integration would be to enable neronGps to
do the same (replacing guidance by a simple waypoint display).

I'm quite surprise you think porting navit will be easy. AFAK, navit
qt GUI is based on QML which is not supported by qtMoko. Something new
on this part?

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Griera
On Wed, 14 Dec 2011 13:50:23 +0100
Guilhem Bonnefille guilhem.bonnefi...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,
 
 A really big thank for you keeping our phones alive.
 
 2011/12/11 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz:
  Besides this i have figured out, how to quite easily rebuild regular Qt apps
  for QtMoko so that you dont have to use qbuild. You can look forward very 
  soon
  for FBReader port (just finishing the .deb package), i hope i can do the 
  same
  with navit.
 
  Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
 
 A native navit GUI with deep integration with qtMoko would be great.
 For example, an integration with address book, to store location of a
 contact in address book and firing a GPS guidance in navit from
 address book. An other same integration would be to enable neronGps to
 do the same (replacing guidance by a simple waypoint display).

+10

 
 I'm quite surprise you think porting navit will be easy. AFAK, navit
 qt GUI is based on QML which is not supported by qtMoko. Something new
 on this part?
 
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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Guilhem Bonnefille
2011/12/14 Guilhem Bonnefille guilhem.bonnefi...@gmail.com:
 Hi,

 A really big thank for you keeping our phones alive.

 2011/12/11 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz:
 Besides this i have figured out, how to quite easily rebuild regular Qt apps
 for QtMoko so that you dont have to use qbuild. You can look forward very 
 soon
 for FBReader port (just finishing the .deb package), i hope i can do the same
 with navit.

 Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?

 A native navit GUI with deep integration with qtMoko would be great.
 For example, an integration with address book, to store location of a
 contact in address book and firing a GPS guidance in navit from
 address book.

Please, note that address book can stay untouched as navit embed
geoconding. Going to a given contact can ba as simple as selecting
the contact, picking the address field, using the geocoding features
and firing the guidance.


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Radek Polak
On Wednesday 14 December 2011 12:50:23 Guilhem Bonnefille wrote:

 A native navit GUI with deep integration with qtMoko would be great.
 For example, an integration with address book, to store location of a
 contact in address book and firing a GPS guidance in navit from
 address book. An other same integration would be to enable neronGps to
 do the same (replacing guidance by a simple waypoint display).

This is really nice idea.

 I'm quite surprise you think porting navit will be easy. AFAK, navit
 qt GUI is based on QML which is not supported by qtMoko. Something new
 on this part?

If i understand it right, navit has plugins for GUI type and painter type. GUI 
types are gtk, qml and internal. There are many types of painter plugins 
- one of them is qt_painter or e.g. sdl.

internal gui type need just painter and it can draw menus, buttons and so 
on. So internal gui and qt_painter can give you the classical navit gui 
and i already have it quite working on qtmoko.

Later we would probably need to have Qt GUI so that menus and other controls 
are native.

Regards

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Rafael Ignacio Zurita
Hi,

--- On Wed, 12/14/11, Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindf...@iki.fi wrote:
 Rafael Ignacio Zurita rizur...@yahoo.com
 writes:
  v37 of qtmoko brings a new ultra-alpha keyboard with big
  keys in landscape mode. So it works like this for sms :
 
 What's the name of this program?

bigkeyboard or biglandscapekeyboard :

https://github.com/radekp/qtmoko/tree/master/src/plugins/inputmethods/biglandscapekeyboard

Rafa

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-14 Thread Rafael Ignacio Zurita
Hi Robin,

--- On Tue, 12/13/11, robin spielr...@web.de wrote:

 Unfortunately my fingers are still too fat so I often
 mistype using it. So I was wondering if you could make
 it run in fullscreen mode

I tried something, a few weeks ago, to get fullscreen, 
but without success yet. So if somebody knows how to 
hide the bars please help :)

 There are two other things I have noticed:
 - once I want to send the SMS and have to chose a recipient
 the screen rotates back, that's fine, but once I have chosen
 a recipient it rerotates to landscape again..

IIRC that is because when you have choosed the recipient
the GUI shows you the recipients choosed and the Send button again.
There, you can write extra numbers recipients, so keyboard
is showed again, and it rotates the screen.

 - the buttons on the right are currently only to a quarter
 visible

Yes, that was intentional. Because I could not do them (the
buttons on the right) smaller. If those are showed completely
the others keys will be smaller yet.

 
 would it be easy to have the letters as a set of single svg
 or png files of a certain size which could be altered by a theme?

No idea sorry. I do not know qt well. I did that keyboard and
few hacks for buttons to have a better qtmoko GUI for my fingers.

Best regards and thank a lot for your feedback!
Rafa


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-13 Thread Rafael Ignacio Zurita
Hi Robin,

--- On Mon, 12/12/11, robin spielr...@web.de wrote:

 - SMS writing in Landscape in fullscreen mode (for my big
 thumbs I need all the 
 space I can get to have the keys separated ;-) ) 
 - Big SMS Keyboard Layout which can be as edited as the
 qtmoko themes, making it 
 a bit prettier and maybe allow the user to scale its
 height

v37 of qtmoko brings a new ultra-alpha keyboard with big
keys in landscape mode. So it works like this for sms :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgZCWTrAev4

Rafa


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-13 Thread robin
Hi Rafa,

if I read Radeks upgrade blog correctly the landscape keyboard was your work:
Thanks a lot!
Unfortunately my fingers are still too fat so I often mistype using it. So I
was wondering if you could make it run in fullscreen mode (I personally wouldn't
care about not being able to see the top bar whilst I am writing a 
SMS), so one could use as much of the space there is to separate the keys. I
quite liked the shr-keyboard as the user could just set the height of the 
whole thing to his likes, eg increasing the horizontal space between the
letters. There are two other things I have noticed:
- once I want to send the SMS and have to chose a recipient the screen rotates
 back, that's fine, but once I have chosen a recipient it rerotates to 
landscape again..
- the buttons on the right are currently only to a quarter visible

would it be easy to have the letters as a set of single svg or png files of a 
certain size which could be altered by a theme?

best regards and thanks for your work!

robin





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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-13 Thread Alishams Hassam
On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 8:51 AM, Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:

 snip
 Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?


You've opened the flood gates! Personally I'm dying for a native Quassel
client. Launching an xserver for it is annoying when it is a QT
application.
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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread GRiera
Hello:

Thanks a lot

A diumenge 11 desembre 2011,  vàreu escriure:
 Hi,
 after a small delay i am happy to announce QtMoko v37 also for Freerunner. I 
 have just rebuild the debian package for this release. You can find it here 
 [1], but apt-get update  apt-get upgrade from v35 should work too.

Is it a stable version or experimental?

 Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?

FoxtrotGPS?

Regards. Griera.

 
 Regards
 
 Radek
 
 
 [1] http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/debian/qtmoko_37-1_armel.deb
 
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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread Radek Polak
On Monday 12 December 2011 11:45:23 GRiera wrote:

 Is it a stable version or experimental?

It should be stable, i dont think there are any changes that could break 
something.

Regards

Radek

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread fdvjoif

Hi Radek
thank to you and to all the QtMoko developers and contributors for the 
great work!

I would submit my wishlist:
- WiFi and GPS icons in the title bar;
- a third button in the context bar, maybe for the keyboard;
- SMS and Internet/WiFi in the home screen;
- qtmoko start/stop script:
at least in v35 (and previous versions) if I call /etc/init.d/qtmoko 
with restart it doesn't work properly (most of the time I have to turn 
off the Neo). But calling qtmoko stop and then qtmoko start works 
pretty well. I don't know if it is the same script but in the Quit Menu 
(the menu that you recall with the power button) Restart QtMoko has a 
similar behaviour (I have to turn off the Neo). If it is so, think to 
replace restart qtmoko with qtmoko stop/start script.


Regards
Joif


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread Rafael Ignacio Zurita
Hi Radek,

--- On Sun, 12/11/11, Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:

 Hi,
 after a small delay i am happy to announce QtMoko v37 also
 for Freerunner.

Thanks a lot for this version. As many of us think : you keep
my Freeruner phone alive :)

 * autorotation script (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)

Somebody asked me how it works :

To turn on or off the autorotation feature the user will find
the ON/OFF options in the services list (where you
find wifi on/off, gps on/off, etc).

Rafa

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread Radek Polak
On Monday 12 December 2011 12:31:59 fdvj...@vodafone.it wrote:

 Hi Radek
 thank to you and to all the QtMoko developers and contributors for the
 great work!
 I would submit my wishlist:
 - WiFi and GPS icons in the title bar;
 - a third button in the context bar, maybe for the keyboard;
 - SMS and Internet/WiFi in the home screen;
 - qtmoko start/stop script:
 at least in v35 (and previous versions) if I call /etc/init.d/qtmoko
 with restart it doesn't work properly (most of the time I have to turn
 off the Neo). But calling qtmoko stop and then qtmoko start works
 pretty well. I don't know if it is the same script but in the Quit Menu
 (the menu that you recall with the power button) Restart QtMoko has a
 similar behaviour (I have to turn off the Neo). If it is so, think to
 replace restart qtmoko with qtmoko stop/start script.

I have fixed some restart problems with this commit:

https://github.com/radekp/qtmoko/commit/d8b0cd81d5129404146bff4acb2750b08620af77

but maybe it wasnt enough... The wishlist looks nice and should not be that 
hard to implement. I hope i will have some time during Christmas.

Regards

Radek

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread Radek Polak
On Monday 12 December 2011 13:53:26 GRiera wrote:

 Hi:
 
 I tried to upgrade using the command:
 
 root@neo:~# apt-get update  apt-get upgrade
 
 But I get the following error:
 
 ...Err http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/debian/  qtmoko 37-1
   404  Not Found
 
 Thanks a lot. Regards.

Hi, i hope it's fixed now.

Regards

Radek

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread fdvjoif

 - SMS and Internet/WiFi in the home screen;
just to avoid misunderstanding, I mean the launchers like the others in 
the home screen, not the indicators like those in the title bar.


Regards
Joif

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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-12 Thread robin
Hi Radek,

as this seems to become the freerunner wishlist for qtmoko I would like to add:


- SMS writing in Landscape in fullscreen mode (for my big thumbs I need all the 
space I can get to have the keys separated ;-) ) 
- Big SMS Keyboard Layout which can be as edited as the qtmoko themes, making 
it 
a bit prettier and maybe allow the user to scale its height
- Like the android On/Off gadged for the home screen an On/Off for Wifi (which 
then tries to connect to any of the preconfigured wifi spots), for GPS, and 
maybe one for cycling through 3 brightness levels 
- Maybe for the on/off list in the gears part have it as layouted as:
  task / on / off (which one of the former being different in color to show 
the actual status)

Maybe to get little skilled users involved the last point could be even made as
 a template where you write down how it would be acchieved for a single task 
and make a reference where on finds all the other commands and someone like me
fills the list and sends you the finished template back. As many of the list 
your effort is really appreciated but we all have the fear that at some point 
you might consider it to be too time consuming. So like with the themes if 
there are little things which can be altered by the standard user it will even
more increase the popularity of your distro.

best regards and a great christmas season to you

robin




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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-11 Thread robin
hi radek,

thanks for the early christmas present! I am not quite sure if anki is based on
qt but if it was I would certainly like to see it included. 

best regards

robin


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Re: QtMoko v37 for GTA02

2011-12-11 Thread mossroy

Le 11/12/2011 17:51, Radek Polak a écrit :

Besides this i have figured out, how to quite easily rebuild regular Qt apps
for QtMoko so that you dont have to use qbuild. You can look forward very soon
for FBReader port (just finishing the .deb package), i hope i can do the same
with navit.

Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
I would really love to be able to use Evopedia on QtMoko : 
http://www.evopedia.info/
It's a great offline wikipedia viewer. You can access all the content of 
wikipedia (except images) through dumps stored on the SD card.

I've been trying to recompile it for QtMoko without success.


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