[QtExtended] some things
lpotter at trolltech.com
Sun Mar 15 21:31:43 CET 2009
On 15/03/2009, at 2:17 AM, Franky Van Liedekerke wrote:
> On Sat, 14 Mar 2009 16:24:20 +0100
> Franky Van Liedekerke <liedekef at telenet.be> wrote:
>> Some initial things I found after a first boot:
>> - upon boot, there's something about a ASoC driver (about the last
>> thing you see before the graphical stuff begins), but it also says
>> that this driver is only for gta01 hardware. Don't know if this
>> affects anything though ...
>> - upon first boot, you're required to set the time/timezone, but this
>> setting is afterwards ignored and you need to redo this. So, if
>> possible, this first setting screen should be removed.
>> - the power management settings for "plugged in" mention that the
>> phone should suspend when plugged in. This seems illogical. Also upon
>> first boot, suspend doesn't work (when set to suspend after x secs
>> when on battery), upon second boot it does ...
>> But even then, when plugged in, it suspends (although the battery
>> icon shows that it is loading, so the software detected that is
>> plugged in). Hmmm ... tested it again (after putting the improved
>> echo fix version on it) and the suspends no longer happens.
>> - upon first boot, pressing the phone icon without sim card in it,
>> results in a black screen. You then need to press the powerbutton
>> for 10 secs to reboot the device. Upon second boot, this doesn't
>> happen anymore.
>> So for now: reboot twice and put the improved version on it :-)
>> Now on to the phone testing!
> ok, first simple tests:
> - writing an sms is an almost impossible task ... unless you can
> disable predictiveness and use a "good" keyboard, this will need
> attention. The thing is that I want to write an sms with my
> fingertips ...
I find the 'predictive' keyboard quite usable. You just need to forget
what it is suggesting until you are finished with the word.
But for any language other than English, it might be a hassle.
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