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> New Build Of Qt/e For Testing, should fix ALL keyboard problems
Does it help?
Does it help?
Yes - no more dead keyboard [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
No - still have problems [ 2 ] ** [100.00%]
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Hrw
post Apr 3 2006, 06:02 AM
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This directory/feed contain libqte2 rebuild for all OZ supported machines. Users of OpenZaurus 3.5.4/3.5.4.1 are requested to install it and tell does it works or not for them.

We want to have it tested before it will be added into upgrades feed.

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the ROAD GmbH (www.road-gmbh.de) was kind enough to give their fixes 
to the kernel-keymap patch back to the community. I finally found the 
time to merge these fixes back into our copy of the kernel-keymap.patch.

I'm glad we have fixes for:

        -Workaround broken KeyMaps. This means no more 'dead' keyboards for Opie users *yipee*
        -Fix handling of function keys
        -Fix handling of NumLock keys
        -Fix handling of Auto Repeats
        -Handle keys >  7Bit
        -Add Handling for ShiftL and ShiftR modifiers
        -many more small fixes.

The keyboard support now is way more mature than it was before. I 
would like to thank the ROAD GmbH and I personally wish them good 
luck on their product and I sincerly hope they will release it soon!
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post Apr 9 2006, 11:57 AM
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QUOTE(Hrw @ Apr 3 2006, 06:02 AM)
This directory/feed contain libqte2 rebuild for all OZ supported machines. Users of OpenZaurus 3.5.4/3.5.4.1 are requested to install it and tell does it works or not for them.


Maybe a stupid question but... what is libqte2 usefull for? Running apps made for QTopia?
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Hrw
post Apr 9 2006, 01:08 PM
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OPIE base on it
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post Apr 11 2006, 06:45 AM
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By keyboard, are we referring to the built-in keyboards? Or IR keyboards? such as Belkin F8U1500? biggrin.gif
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post Apr 11 2006, 06:48 AM
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I meant keyboard - from kernel view built-in keyboard is keyboard, on-screen keys (which are enabled in 3.5.4.1-alpha2/GPE) are keyboard too. With kbdd/zkbdd even irda/bt/serial keyboard will be keyboard for kernel.
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