[Shr-User] Babiloo on Openmoko - Second milestone
vaudano at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 16:55:14 CET 2009
I solved the second problem, messages always on top, and I released
the file 2.0.9-2b as usual in the opkg website.
By the way, I noticed that now the loading time for a dictionary is
incremented from 36 seconds to 48 seconds, same code, same
On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 2:46 PM, Vaudano Luca <vaudano at gmail.com> wrote:
> I solved the missing characters problem. It was related with some
> change in the Elementary library. Now Babiloo 2.0.9-2a should work
> with the new Elementary library (SHR after 19Nov), Babiloo 2.0.9-2
> works with SHR before 19Nov.
> You can find the new version on opkg website and all the previous
> releases here:
> For the second problem, message always on top, I'm working on it.
> Note that when SHR will release the new python-elementary the program
> will broke again, due a major change in the Elementary python
> bindings. The change on my side are only find / replace but there is
> not retro-compatibility, therefore as soon as I know that SHR will
> make the update I will do my modifications.
> Thanks for you feedback.
> On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 8:27 AM, Lowell Higley <higleylh at gmail.com> wrote:
>> First of all, great app. However, I am having some troubles with the latest
>> Neo milestone. I am using the 19Nov SHR-Unstable image (with packages
>> updated as of this morning) and Babiloo Second Milestone (2.0.9-2).
>> Search only uses first or first two characters of a the word in any search.
>> Example, I search on "hello" and babiloo responds with "word h not found".
>> I have tried multiple dictionaries and many different words, all with the
>> same problem. What am I doing wrong?
>> Other comments....
>> Any message babiloo displays always stay on top. If I switch to another app
>> or to the desktop, any message babiloo might display (such as "loading
>> dictionary.." stays on top. Even on the lock screen.
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