[sword-devel] mobile development update and invitation to participate
mark at foresightlinux.org
Thu Jun 6 03:39:35 MST 2013
On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 12:19 PM, Костя Маслюк <kostyamaslyuk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes i should restyle TextBox element, now it is Windows-styled with thin
> frame around. I have also found that you need qwerty keyboard to start
> search or with alphanumeric you need to manually insert Return symbol.
> Mini supports native styles, you would try to set "Ui style" to "S60" in
> settings if you like, TextBox there is more friendly styled (but as for me
> it has acid green background, its in Nokia Remote Device Access)
Yes, it would probably helpful to have a <Go> button or something next
to the box.
> Follow found passage is planed.
> Modules are loated at application HOME : [installation
> drive]:\private\E5723167\ . E5723167 - is application uid its in development
> range, after release it must change. But i do not want to change this
> behavior, let it be as much common on all platforms as possible, by the way
> C:\ is not biggest drive on Symbian devices i seen. You would add sword.conf
> file in application dir if you would like to transfer modules.
That's why I asked, I want to be sure that installed bibles don't land in C:
Btw, would it make sense to put the Bibles into <Installation Drive>:data/sword/
so that they are accessible with the default filemanager of symbian,
in case one wants to sync modules from desktop.
> 2013/6/6 Brian Schroeder <bschroeder at internode.on.net>
>> Excellent, thanks Mark.
>> That did work, but I can't imaging anyone NOT having a problem with it.
>> Also, there doesn't seem to be a way to go to a 'found' passage back in the
>> text - aside from taking note of the reference and manually looking it up.
>> Never-the-less, yet another step in the right direction!
>> Mark Trompell wrote:
>>> Hi Brian, I was puzzled too at first, but looking closer you should
>>> find a textbox at the top which is easy to overlook because it fills
>>> the complete screen width.
>>> On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 10:14 AM, Brian Schroeder
>>> <bschroeder at internode.on.net> wrote:
>>>> I updated to this latest version, but don't seem to be able to search.
>>>> All I
>>>> get is a blank screen with "Close" at the bottom. I have left it alone
>>>> about 15 minutes to see if it needed to do some indexing first, or
>>>> else like that, but still no change. Using the ESV.
>>>> On a related issue, when I first installed BibletimeMini yesterday and
>>>> started it, it just sat there for a long time and appeared to have not
>>>> worked. I assume it was just updating its list of available versions
>>>> the repositories. It may be worth adding a startup message asking users
>>>> be patient and assuring them it is working. If it starts quickly this
>>>> message will disappear without being seen, but if it takes a long time
>>>> will help.
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