sean at mcneil.com
Tue Nov 11 12:10:02 CET 2008
This is an open source phone, so that is certainly possible. Looking
forward to your patches :D
Seriously, though, all these suggestions should be recorded as
enhancement requests so they aren't lost. And of course if you are able
to contribute code for them it would be most welcome.
Carl Lobo wrote:
> IMHO, power aside it would be great if we could ignore (or power off)
> touchscreen events when on call - I remember having a Treo with an
> option for that. I invariably end up dialing numbers with my cheek,
> even when I'm carefully trying not to. Probably could use the aux
> button to enable touchscreen again if we need it while on call (with a
> hands free).
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 4:01 PM, Arigead <captain.deadly at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
>>> Am Monday 10 November 2008 16:49:39 schrieb Stefan Monnier:
>>>>> it would be very usefull to be able to do so to carry our FR in a pocket
>>>>> and it's not turning on display/backlight on every move you make ..
>>>> Indeed `suspend' sound like the right solution here.
>>> Unfortunately not at all -- there's a whole world of software that requires
>>> the host CPU to run.
>> Could the touchscreen be physically powered down and powered up on a key
>> press or GSM Activity easily? I was under the impression that I saw the
>> lock screen on one of the distros but powering the device down to save
>> power makes more sense to me.
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