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My friend said that every time I answer using this, he hears a loud cracking sound, I think caused by the sliding. Any way to fix this?
 
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nicolai,
I'm sorry to bother you with this very specific question but here it is anyway.
My proximity sensor is no longer working.
I have tried replacing it with a new one but nothing changes (yes, I dissassembled my n900 completely and chaged it together with the front camera and all the stuff that comes together) so everytime I get a new phone call the screen of my phone remains blank and locked until I unlock it by hand.
With slide2answer installed, since there is very little risk of accidental answers, the screen could be immediately unblanked regardeless of the state of the proximity sensor. Is this a feature that could be implemented in your piece of software?
There is also a strange behaviour in your code that I would like to point out.
To answer a phone call it's not really necessary to "slide": if you touch "all left" or "all right" the slider you get the desired action. I think that the correct behaviour would be to "grab" the slider with the finger and actually drag to the sides of the slider.

Thanks anyway for this useful piece of software!
 

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Originally Posted by fabbro View Post
To answer a phone call it's not really necessary to "slide": if you touch "all left" or "all right" the slider you get the desired action. I think that the correct behaviour would be to "grab" the slider with the finger and actually drag to the sides of the slider.
Hi fabbro, sorry for the long delay.

New version 0.1.6

Finally I found a way to change this behaviour. Now you can
only drag the slider, pressing left or right on the slider bar
doesn't move the slider any more.

Originally Posted by fabbro View Post
With slide2answer installed, since there is very little risk of accidental answers, the screen could be immediately unblanked regardeless of the state of the proximity sensor. Is this a feature that could be implemented in your piece of software?
I tried it, but I couldn't find a way to implement this. The phone application
reads the proximity sensor after slide2answer recognized the call.
That means whatever I do, to unlock the screen, the phone app
just blanks the screen again afterwards.

But I found out (I don't know if this helps) when you get a call and the proximity
sensor is covered (or always covered as in your case), you can
push the power button or the sliderbutton on the right side and
the screen unlocks (at least for a short time).


Nicolai
 

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is there a way to change the black background? Using the array theme leads to a partly invisible slider field because itīs also black on the right side.

marc
 

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