lpotter at trolltech.com
Fri Dec 12 09:58:49 CET 2008
Dale Maggee wrote:
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> I'm having a couple of problems with QT Extended (the fixed version from
> 1. The predictive keyboard. I deleted the dictionary file as suggested
> elsewhere to disable the predictive keyboard, but it still predicts
> words which are found in my address book, like people's names, which
> makes it even less useful because now it never ever suggests the word
> I'm trying to type!
> 2. The Messaging app - it's doing strange things, like sometimes it
> creates duplicates of messages, so I'll see 2 or 3 copies of the same
> SMS in my inbox. So I'll move all messages to trash and empty trash,
> then a couple of minutes later an SMS will arrive and it'll say '17
> messages recieved' and I'll see many duplicates of old messages I just
> deleted in my inbox. Also it will only store about 130 messages - is
> this storing SMS messages on the SIM? can it be configured to store them
> in it's own database?
> 3. The clock - every time I reboot the device I need to set the clock,
> it seems to revert to GMT and not take my timezone into account, or
> something. I tried using the 'hwclock --systohc' command but got an error.
> 4. I'm told that the echo is back (which wasn't there with Trolltech's
> QT extended image, the one which didn't ring)
> Does anybody have any ideas on any of these things? apart from this and
> the fact that I can't run any of the cool software being produced for
> 2008.x, I like Qt Extended alot!
> I'd also like to know if anybody knows if there's a new version of QT
> Extended in the works - I've noticed Lorn Potter has been pretty quiet
> on these lists lately...
> Apologies if this has been asked / solved elsewhere - I had a bit of a
> look but couldn't find anything much...
I am still here. Just been busy with other things.
I will try to get a snapshot out before the solstice.
Lorn 'ljp' Potter
Software Engineer, Systems Group, Qt Software, Nokia Pty Ltd
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