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Author: Merlijn Wajer
To: Pavel Machek
CC: tony, sre, nekit1000, mpartap, martin_rysavy, phone-devel, maemo-leste
Subject: Re: [maemo-leste] D4 after leste update: rotated touchscreen

On 08/12/2020 12:44, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>>>>> Aha, I only had partial update. elogind held some packages
>>>>> back. I did explicit install of elogind and rebooted. Now I have black
>>>>> screen in portrait mode, which has top overlayed with one icon. Not
>>>>> good.
>>>> Definitely not good.
>>>> Do you have usbnet access? You might just need to remove a few leftover
>>>> configuration files.
>>> Do you have idea what files to remove? That might be easiest. I'm not
>>> sure if I have usbnet, but I should be able to move sdcard to
>>> different machine and modify it there.
>> Make sure that this directory is empty:
>> /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/
>> And check that these directories have their .leste and more importantly
>> their non- .leste files:
>> # ls /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/*.leste
>> /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/40-ts.conf.leste
>> /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/99-omap.conf.leste
>> That would be my first guess.
> Thanks for the help. I reflashed from the latest image, and things are
> back to the working order.

Good to know.

> I found default screen vibration way too annoying. I turned it
> off... after reboot, it seems to have helped. But it still clicks
> after touch, and I believe it "clicks" with the vibration motor.

There are "click" sounds for mouse click/touch and for keyboard key
press. You can change the vibration in Settings -> Display -> Touch
screen vibration, as you found out, and if you change to the silent
profile, you should no longer hear the clicks from the keyboard and mouse.

There should be a profile manager application in the Application
Manager, which you can use to edit each profile and turn off those sounds.

"Control Panel ProfilesX" is the name - install it and then go to:

Settings -> Control Panel ProfilesX -> General -> Edit -> Key Sounds -> Off
and do the same for "Touch screen sounds".

I think we have a less awkward program than "Control Panel ProfilesX"
now, which should also be available by default, but I don't remember, I
will dig into that and see.