[OM2008.x] praise for the new testing image
benson at gmx.ch
Wed Dec 3 17:36:53 CET 2008
Read the bugreport:
So we have a slow illume-theme with rasters keyboard or a fast asu-theme
without an usable keyboard (especially for non-engish users)...
Maybe i'll try to hack the edj-file, did manage to get the qwerty-menu back
in the wrench, but messing around with the keyboard only gave me errors when
(See Method 2 from http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Keyboard_Toggle)
Vasco Névoa wrote:
> I've been trying the "illume" (gray) theme with the testing image, and
> it is badly broken - Enlightenment keeps crashing at random moments
> for reasons unknown.
> I gave up on trying to have illume's keyboard, and reverted to the
> original "asu" (black) theme. The qtopian keyboard sucks, but at least
> everything else rocks.
> I find it very strange that the whole image works so solidly with the
> "asu" theme and is so flakey with the "illume" theme...
> Citando Vasco Névoa <vasco.nevoa at sapo.pt>:
>> Citando William Kenworthy <billk at iinet.net.au>:
>>> And also yes, I have modified 89qtopia - but it doesn't seem to have
>>> much of an effect :(
>> I found out how my illume keyboard went missing. From the wiki:
>> edit '/etc/enlightenment/default_profile' to use illume theme
>> instead of 'asu'
>> So, if you just want to get rid of it, replace illume with asu inside
>> /etc/enlightenment/default_profile ...
>> But if you want to keep it exclusively for the terminal, I don't know
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