tanuva at googlemail.com
Thu Sep 24 15:07:36 CEST 2009
Finally got the patch applied (by hand, the patch program claims your
patch to be invalid...).
Near neon.py:724, I had to do this:
elif self.opened_img_index < len(self.gui.fsb.images) - 1:
# dirty hack!
if self.opened_img_index == None:
self.opened_img_index = 0
self.opened_img_index += 1
If that extra 'if' isn't there, the interpreter complains about += 1 not
being applicable to opened_img_index, which is of NoneType till then, so
it needs to become an int at some point. Though there's a better place
to do that for sure.
Now the slideshow works, but there's still the top menu and parts of the
folder list on the left and right visible. How could we fix that? I just
got your code to work before looking at it myself...
I thought about getting images from a desktop simply by mounting the
image dir on the neo and reading images like everywhere else. Ones from
the web are a little different... Especially because size differs. And
how might one get them? Does photo.net have some api? Loading large
images and rescaling them for the Neo's screen takes quite long btw...
Am Donnerstag, den 24.09.2009, 11:47 +0100 schrieb Arigead:
> Thanks a million, I'd hoped it might possibly interest some people. I'll
> have to have a look into the rules and see if I can't get that part of
> the operation working.
> It'd be great if you could get pictures from the desktop. Maybe even
> from a web site. I used to look at pictures on photo.net it's a site for
> photographers, armature I think. That might get a bit "arty" for the
> office at times though ;-) Still there's some great photos out there.
> Maybe neon author will pick up on that thread ;-
> Marcel wrote:
> > Hello.
> > Thats a nice idea! While on USB one could even pull images over nfs or
> > smb from the desktop pc to save Neo's memory... I'll have a look and see
> > if I get random slideshows to work.
> > Marcel
> > Am Donnerstag, den 24.09.2009, 09:15 +0100 schrieb Arigead:
> >> I work in an office and every morning I switch on my computer and
> >> connect the freerunner to the usb to charge up the battery. Over the
> >> course of the morning the orange power button led changes to a blue to
> >> indicate that the phone is fully charged.
> >> I had this idea that instead of just sitting there with a black screen
> >> that it'd be nice if when fully charged the phone would power up the
> >> screen and turn into a small photo frame beside my computer. To that end
> >> I had a look at neon.py last night and did some messing around to add a
> >> "-p" option for play the slideshow and "-l" for loop the slideshow, at
> >> present neon displays all the phots in a directory and then stops.
> >> Random would be nice but that's another night's messing.
> >> I'm a complete novice to Python so this might not be the best addition
> >> you'll ever see but I'll attach the diff -cB old new in case anybody is
> >> interested
> >> Once that was done I edited my /etc/freesmartphone/oevents/rules.yaml to
> >> set up a rule for what I wanted. There seemed to be a rule for the blue
> >> light so I added to that rule:
> >> while: PowerStatus()
> >> filters: HasAttr(status, "full")
> >> actions:
> >> - SetLed("gta02_power_blue", "light")
> >> - OccupyResource(Display)
> >> - Command('neon -f -p -l ~/Pictures/*.jpg')
> >> Rule didn't work :-( Still I was Free to try it ;-)
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