[shr-u] App Launcher first thoughts
cchandel at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 20 17:41:41 CEST 2009
Sorry for the delay in replying - somehow I managed to miss this mail.
> It's taken me a while to get around to looking at this. Brilliant,
> really like it for a start but hard to find info on how to configure it.
Sorry for that again - I'm updating the wiki immediately after answering
this mail :)
> At present I can't seem to configure it to receive the SMS messages.
You basically need to run shr-settings, click on others ->
domains->messages and change the default backend to sqlite-messages. All
messages sent/receive after this will be shown in the internal app.
> As I've said can't find info on launcher but my screen is showing me the
> time and the date, each on a line and then on a third line it's showing
> me a few numbers which I've no idea about. What does that info mean?
The third line shows the cell broadcast info transmitted by your gsm
provider. The seq is like so
channel no - <message>.
You can click on 'Configure' in the toolbar, and in the window that open
scroll down and select the channels you want to subscribe to and toggle
showing the channel no on/off.
> Now in one of those previous emails the author (Well done on a
> brilliant app) mentioned that an attempt might be made to create a dbus
> interface to add info to the launcher home screen. Did that go anywhere?
Thanks. But that effort didn't go anywhere. I got stuck reading copious
amount of documentation on dbus but got no single example about how to
implement a simple service using dbus/e-dbus. Well, maybe I didn't put in
enough effort since there were other things to do.
If someone can point me in the right direction - this is something I
BTW, the birthday and anniversary details in contacts is supposed to
automatically provide a reminder (configurable from preferences) 'x' no of
days in advance - provided I can get alarms (which wake up the phone from
suspend) and the notification dbus service working. Both have been pending
for some time now.
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