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Author: Merlijn Wajer
To: Pavel Machek
CC: maemo-leste
Subject: Re: [maemo-leste] Maemo Leste: End of year update

On 30/12/2020 10:26, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>>>> We've just finished our Maemo Leste end of year update, you can find it
>>>> here:
>>>> https://maemo-leste.github.io/maemo-leste-fourteenth-update-july-august-september-october-november-december-2020.html
>>> Thanks for update.
>>> I'm really interested in clock/alarm support. I updated Droid4 to
>>> latest with apt update/upgrade, but could not get it to work. I
>>> flashed fresh N900 with maemo-leste-1.0-armhf-n900-20201227.img.xz,
>>> but could not get alarm to work either.
>>> Hints welcome. (Can alarm dialog be launched from the command-line?)
>> Alarms do work for me in the sense that I can get the UI dialog to show
>> at the right time. Via "Clock", I just add a new alarm for the next
>> minute, and then wait.
> I don't get any of that. I click on time in standby mode. Menu appears
> (Battery, clock&alarms, profile, internet connections, orientation
> lock). I click on clock&alarms, and nothing happens. I did not figure
> out how to open it from command line, either

Hm. 'apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade' should get you the clock-ui
package. Is that installed?

> I don't have osso-calculator, either.

It might not be part of the meta package yet. Probably not a bad idea to
get that added.

>>> Timezone selection and other improvements seem to work okay, thanks
>>> especially for the qalendar!
>> You're welcome. I've observed some problems with it still that we'll
>> have to fix in time:
>> 1. Seems to just crash after a while (timer related, probably simple fix?)
>> 2. Scrolling stops working in some widgets some times
>> 3. Scrolling doesn't yet work in the day/time selection widgets, making
>> it very painful to select some later/earlier time/days.
>> But the synchronisation works, so that's cool!
> I noticed that scrolling does not work in "select time" dialog, so you
> can select 00:00 to 06:06 but not later (but keyboard can work around
> that) and that clicking on New event|Alarm 1 hour before|dialog has
> too low "Hours/Minutes/Seconds" fields, so that values are
> truncated. Otherwise ok.

Right, that's what I meant.