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#21
Originally Posted by mr_pingu View Post
Hmm don't know if this is the right place to ask but I guess it atleast reaches the people who have the power to change it: Would it be possible for the custom operator widget to show the date as custom text? IMO it's a nice place to show the current date
I agree, it is a nice place to show information. However, the role of the CSD widget is showing the CSD name, that is all! To use it to show arbituary information is crazy speak.

A good way to put info up there is to use QBW (or any widget generation method you like that supports placing itself in arbituary positions on the screen) and to disable the CSD widget altogether.

On saying that, this is TMO, not XDA. We can do anything!

The information to be displayed in the CSD widget (the custom name) is simply a gconf value. We can change the gconf value and display ANY information we like in the CSD widget. For example, I have a little script stored in /etc/network/if-up.post/50_operator_ip that echo s the IP address of the currently active internet connection (wifi or GPRS) to the appropriate gconf value. This way, when I am connected to the internet, the operator name is in fact my IP address!

This has its limitations though. If you turn GSM off, the CSD widget is disabled and will not work.
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Three more packages in the repo:

osso-systemui-tklock (touch screen unlock slider)
osso-systemui-powerkeymenu (the menu that appears when you press the power key)
those had severe memory leaks, should be fixed in their re-write counterparts

osso-systemui-alarm - (Alarm dialog) - this is just a newer version(0.3.3), nothing has changed compared to 0.3.2, just some source code cleanup.

Please test and report if something is not as it should be.
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Hi Freemangordon,maybe it sounds stupid but,is there any chance to putting cssu-thumb2 in that repo
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Hi Freemangordon,maybe it sounds stupid but,is there any chance to putting cssu-thumb2 in that repo
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Why? CSSU-thumb has its own dedicated repo. On the same server where -devel is. I don't get the point.
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This is a just idea to connected these 2 repos in one,sorry man(i didn't know than cssu-thumb2 is on same server)however
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Another hildon-desktop release (2.2.146-1). This version should be installed in parallel with libmatchbox2 0.2.92-1, which is also available in the CSSU-devel repository.

Hildon-desktop changelog:
Code:
* Build-Depends: Increase required version of the libmatchbox2-dev.
* Fixes: Portrait (dialog) windows handling.
* Fixes: i'm [not] gonna create 0x0 frame window and play hide and catch with you, have a good time.
libmatchbox2 changelog:
Code:
Fixes: Dialog window doesn't inherit parent's portrait flag.
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Why no dependency if it libmatchbox2 should be installed with the latest h-d?
 

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#28
Originally Posted by Raimu View Post
Why no dependency if it libmatchbox2 should be installed with the latest h-d?
libmatchbox2 is statically linked during compilation of the hildon-desktop. Anyway there might be an application which depends on this library, thus it's worth to update .
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#29
I've been using cssu-testing for more than a year, and today i upgraded to cssu-devel after a clean reflash,
no bugs found so far and all is fine, it took about 8 MB from rootfs.

Thanks for your hard work
oh and by the way my brain is fine

Edit: there something i noticed in cssu testing and devel, which is when i scroll slowly in portrait mode i can see the icons in the app menu "waving" a little ( it is not the icons, it is the portrait mode in everything but it is more visible there...)
And i cant seem to see such a thing in landscape mode.
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Originally Posted by freemangordon View Post
osso-systemui-tklock (touch screen unlock slider)
osso-systemui-powerkeymenu (the menu that appears when you press the power key)
those had severe memory leaks, should be fixed in their re-write counterparts

Please test and report if something is not as it should be.
Hi freemangordon,

thanks.

But I need to report at least one oddity with powerkeymenu. I extracted the lib from deb, put it to right place and restarted.
When I want to start top or call my own scripts from menu, there is something strange.
When I have a x-terminal open, everything is fine.
But when there is not already a x-term open, then nothing happens.
A fast compare with included systemui.xml against my own did not show anything different.

For the other two packages I did not find anything odd.
Especially the alarmui package has been tested for longer time (and we found that h-h with some widget may cause not-ringing, but it is/was not cuased by alarmui itself).
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