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Released a experimental version for Sailfish OS on openrepos.

Known problem focus after user input (click any bit button twice).
 

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Originally Posted by Halftux View Post
Released a experimental version for Sailfish OS on openrepos.

Known problem focus after user input (click any bit button twice).
While I don't know what I would use it for, I really like the techy look.

The window/page does not seem to be in real landscape mode (have you rotated the elements?), because the on screen keyboard pops up on the right hand side when focussing an input element.
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The window/page does not seem to be in real landscape mode (have you rotated the elements?), because the on screen keyboard pops up on the right hand side when focussing an input element.
Yes I rotated the elements, as far as I know there is no rotation support for qt widgets apps like in maemo. QT5 has in general some rotation but when I was trying some time ago, I could not get it to work in SFOS.

So I used a qgraphicsview to rotate and scaling the application.
If somebody knows a way for rotating or if it is implemented already, it would be much appreciated to let us know how.

But do not tell me to abondon widgets and use qml instead. I know I should do but I don't want it right now.
 
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Perhaps this is useful to you?
I don't know much about c++ and qt, but perhaps it works similarly with qdialog (which I just saw being used on the sourceforge page, no idea about qgraphicsview). If thats the case, perhaps you can drop the rotation part.
This is just poking around stuff I know nothing about in my lunch break, feel free to ignore if it's rubbish…
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Perhaps this is useful to you?
That looks interesting, I will try to play with it.

Originally Posted by velox View Post
I don't know much about c++ and qt, but perhaps it works similarly with qdialog (which I just saw being used on the sourceforge page, no idea about qgraphicsview). If thats the case, perhaps you can drop the rotation part.
Which qdialog at sourceforge? Is it a dialog tool for shell scripts, btw does something like this exists for SFOS?
 
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Originally Posted by Halftux View Post
Which qdialog at sourceforge? Is it a dialog tool for shell scripts, btw does something like this exists for SFOS?
Sorry, that wasn't well phrased: I had a quick look at the sourceforge page of hextool and saw "qdialog" there…
https://sourceforge.net/p/hextool/gi...e/qt/hextool.h

I can't say if stuff like it exists for SFOS, sorry.
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#27
So another (beside kodi) great application which have broken gestures...
After digging through qtwayland and lipstick sources I found it in qt docs:
Code:
hextool-git/qt/main.cpp
hextool-git_a/qt/main.cpp
@@ -1,11 +1,14 @@
-#include <QtGui/QApplication>
+#include <QtWidgets/QApplication>
 #include "hextool.h"
+#include <QWindow>
 
 int main(int argc, char *argv[])
 {
     QApplication a(argc, argv);
     HexTool w;
     w.show();
+    QWindow *window = w.windowHandle();
+    window->reportContentOrientationChange(Qt::LandscapeOrientation);
 
     return a.exec();
 }
https://sourceforge.net/p/hextool/git/ci/master/tree/ looks outdated so application have wrong orientation.
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So another (beside kodi) great application which have broken gestures...
After digging through qtwayland and lipstick sources I found it in qt docs:
Code:
+    QWindow *window = w.windowHandle();
+    window->reportContentOrientationChange(Qt::LandscapeOrientation);

 }
Thank you very much I was thinking a way to complicated. Started already to write my own class.
That small code snippet will boost my work on hextool a lot.

The code at sourceforge was my starting point and I changed the gui and keyhandling. Some work I have done could be seen in the maemo repo. However I will try to upload my code changes to github. But this will take some time because I have different source codes for different platforms, so I need to cook them together and publishing only one code.
 

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#29
New version released for SFOS 1.7.1-2 on openrepos.
Thank you elros34 for the handling landscape system report fix.

* Fri Mar 18 2017 Halftux 1.7.1-2
- fixed gesture to landscape
- fixed user input focus

* Thu Mar 16 2017 Halftux 1.7.1-1
- Initial release
 

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New version released. Modiefied the lineedit to have an easier input with a virtual keyboard. This can be toggled in the options page.

* Tue Mar 21 2017 1.7.1-3
- added dialog animation ok cancel
- added moveable lineedit (virtual keyboard)
- fixed option widget mouse event bug

 

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