bneijt at gmail.com
Thu Apr 16 13:55:19 CEST 2009
In theory this sounds like a good idea, but I think in practice the
scrollbars would have to be accessible in the middle of the screen.
Because the OpenMoko screen has an edge around it, using the edges of
the screen means pushing your finger inside a 90* corner and sliding
Not something I would want to do in every day use I think. I think it
may probably be best to not have any functionality at the sides of the
screen (in the area half a finger wide around the edges).
But that is just my 2cents. Maybe there is a VNC server which already
has this functionality and you can test it out by running a VNC server
and use a VNC client with that functionality to try it?
Good luck and thanks for your reply.
 Lower then it's surroundings, the screen is recessed? Not sure
On Thu, 2009-04-16 at 09:32 +0400, Nikita V. Youshchenko wrote:
> Why not just add scroolbars (in the WM frame I mean)?
> Especially for configuration dialogs. So if an app was not originally
> written for small screen, it could still be possible to reach
> in it's window.
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