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Download from post #2

This is a calculator based on speedcrunch, kde's default calculator.

The special thing about it is that it uses the native meego input method, with all it's advantages for input. For now there is only one layout, plus the us english one for inputting functions and variables.

There is a function list on the left screen with a reference to wikipedia for more info, and a simple settings page on the right. It auto-calculates, and has history. Clicking on the history items or double-clicking on the function names inserts them in the calculation box.

There will be a paid version later on Nokia Store, with some additional layouts and maybe some more settings.

Any layouts you could contribute that seem useful to you are welcome for integration.

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UPDATE: Now it sports another keyboard layout, and can copy result to clipboard. See post #2 for new version.
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File Type: deb mobilecrunch_0.0.1_armel.deb (178.1 KB, 208 views)
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Update:

This is an update which brings another keyboard layout and copy to clipboard button.

Update:

0.0.3 hopefully fixes a usability bug which caused the phone to remain with only one active language layout.
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File Type: deb mobilecrunch_0.0.3_armel.deb (179.5 KB, 172 views)
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hi can you add the layout in post 1 as it has a % button on the number pad.
 
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Great calc!
 
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Originally Posted by thedead1440 View Post
hi can you add the layout in post 1 as it has a % button on the number pad.
The % sign moved to layout number 2. I thought that ^ is more useful than % as you can just type 0.10 instead of 10% anyway.

You can modify the layouts yourself using any text editor. They are located in /opt/mobilecrunch/ and I can also attach them here.

Here is also a deb with the % sign on the first layout.
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File Type: deb mobilecrunch_0.0.2_armel.deb (179.2 KB, 125 views)
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in /home/user/.mobileCrunch i only see oldActiveKb and oldEnabledKb which are empty files. could you advice on which file to edit.
 
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Oops sorry. The layouts are located at /opt/mobilecrunch/ you will need root.

If you make any nice edits please share.
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great calculator

but it seems that all the keyboards (other than US English) are removed deactivated in the OS as well

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^ actually after a reboot there is no input keyboard. You've got to go to time & language and install a keyboard then use it as your active. I have a full range of keyboards to choose from so its surprising you've only US English left.
 
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Originally Posted by thedead1440 View Post
^ actually after a reboot there is no input keyboard. You've got to go to time & language and install a keyboard then use it as your active. I have a full range of keyboards to choose from so its surprising you've only US English left.
I meant 'deactivated'
 
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