UI responsiveness, Hope its not like new Blackberry
shannon.timothy at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 22:03:22 CEST 2007
If you look at some of the videos online (
see that the UI is getting more responsive than it was. It looks to me (as
a fan, not as a developer) that the UI responsiveness has greatly improved
with the 2007.2 updates.
With the GTA02's better hardware, I expect it to get to the near instant
response for most functions. Although keep in mind, this is an open
platform that anyone and develop on, so don't expect all developers to write
the most optimized code.
On 10/3/07, Kyle Bassett <kylebassett at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree. Palm OS experiences the same kind of lag in certain cases.
> On 10/3/07, Michael <michael at 2020support.com > wrote:
> > Recently tried out the new Blackberry 8300, that a customer had
> > purchased, and I almost wanted to throw it in the bin, but of course it
> > was not mine. When you roll the ball there is about a quarter second
> > delay before the indicator moves to the next icon, which means it hard
> > to move to an icon quickly like in Marble Madness. Now I don't know if
> > it is just me, but I just could not get used to that. Maybe it is
> > because I am used to playing video games but if a Spectrum could do it
> > at 3.5MHz then I dont see why an 8300 cant do it at 312MHz.
> > So, I was just hoping that the OpenMoko UI will at least have an
> > instant response, even if this means you have to put up an egg timer to
> > say that the system is busy and cannot respond straight away.
> > Michael.
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