Conflict when several apps use the accelerometers?
yorickmoko at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 13:05:29 CET 2009
i'm just responding to confirm that some apps also don't work
correctly with omnewrotate installed
mokoeightball is one of them;
after installing omnewrotate and rebooting, shaking the phone does not
work with mokoeightball
apps like the ledclock (http://www.opkg.org/package_104.html) displays
by default in landscape mode, but turning the phone to landscape makes
the teks adapt itself and displays in normal mode
On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 11:51 AM, Rui Miguel Silva Seabra <rms at 1407.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 11:36:29AM +0100, Thomas Otterbein wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> > > I plan to have a toggling script for use in the desktop icon, instead of
>> > > a starter script.
>> > This is the sort of thing that might be useful to have on the illume top
>> > shelf. autototate on/off, and "rotate now" when auto is off.
>> > Rotation is useful with maps. It depends on what the region look like.
>> > Also, it is easier to but the phone down on the long edge in a car.
>> > I can see how autorotation would be a problem in a game. Pingus works
>> > in either orientation, but several guys walk of the cliffs while the
>> > screen repaints.
>> to my opinion the default auto-rotation software should have some signaling
>> mechanism that keeps it from doing it's job while a certain software is
>> active. You can experience this with the later versions of MPlayer. It tells
>> the Screensaver not to activate during movie playback. I figure the screensaver
>> modules of Desktop-Manager must have appropriate interfaces to accomplish that
> Yes, I'm thinking of catching SIGUSR1 for that. Anything that wants to
> toggle it just pkill -USR1 omnewrotate in the near future.
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