On Fri, 4 Mar 2011 17:14:52 -0800 (PST), Joif wrote
> Hi list!
> This is an update of the faenqomod theme. It is based on the
> wonderful faenqo theme by cyberesprit and presents some variations.
Really nice, thanks!
> As we are collaborating, many of the features of this release of faenqomod
> could be included in the future releases of the original faenqo (and
> vice versa). The main project is hosted by cyberesprit, which I
> thank, on https://cyberesprit.fr/faenqo/ In this release of
> faenqomod you will see: - a different homescreen layout then the
> original faenqo; - different animation for battery in charge and in
> - new context buttons;
> - almost EVERY icons substituted with the Faenza icons
> (http://tiheum.deviantart.com/art/Faenza-Icons-173323228) and icons inspired
> on them;
> For now you'll find faenqomod, screenshots, and faenqo svg icons at
> http://db.tt/vG5D0yZ > To install faenqomod it is necessary to copy/paste the files
> provided in the archive. I'll try to make a deb in the next days...
> but if someone is faster then me, he is welcome :) enjoy!
In 'help', icon is absent for 'close' field (on right). It should be
easy to fix? I had big problems with that then i used qtmoko first time.
(it is frustrating to have no way to close 'help' which is first thing
many users open)
В Сбт, 05/03/2011 в 17:20 +0100, Francesco De Vita пишет:
Ok, changed close button to usual back arrow, now it's visible.
В Сбт, 05/03/2011 в 18:56 +0100, Francesco De Vita пишет:
> Il 05/03/2011 16:30, Gennady Kupava ha scritto:
> > Guys, can i repeat my bug report?
> > In 'help', icon is absent for 'close' field (on right). It should be
> > easy to fix? I had big problems with that then i used qtmoko first time.
> > (it is frustrating to have no way to close 'help' which is first thing
> > many users open)
> > Gennady
> You're right. This is an old bug, I saw it first time in QtMoko v16. I
> think it is not related to themes, this bug is in fact present with
> every theme. The problem is that only the icon is not visualized. In
> fact if you click in the place where the "back/close button" should be,
> you obtain the "back/close action" even if there is no button (icon).
> But if you go in settings-->appearance and you choose to not "use icons
> for soft key", in "help" you'll see a "Close" button.
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> Thank you Radek! Please, if it is possible, make a new .deb, I forgot to
> upload two pics (context and title bar) and I uploaded a new archive
> with them: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2dnc2ld9pthmahn/faenqomod.tar.gz > On QtMoko v31 there were no issues, for now on v33 I have a problem with
> the PIN buttons... I'm trying to figure it out why.
New version is uploaded now. If you figure out PIN i can do new version.
В Пнд, 07/03/2011 в 13:47 -0200, Tiago Bortoletto Vaz пишет:
> Hi Radek,
> On Mon, 7 Mar 2011 06:52:46 +0100, Radek Polak wrote
> > Tiago Bortoletto Vaz wrote:
> > > * I guess the bg images could be resized to get smaller
> > Patches welcome :)
> Please take a look at http://tiagovaz.org/archive/0001-Updated-faenqomod- > replace-png-backgrounds-to-jpeg-wi.patch
Very good idea to replace png with jpgs (better to replace all). I know,
png is free and probably better quality, but jpg is so much faster and
more memory efficient, so it worth to investigate if it will be worth
replace all pngs.
On Mon, 7 Mar 2011 18:47:37 +0100, Radek Polak wrote
> Tiago Bortoletto Vaz wrote:
> > Please take a look at http://tiagovaz.org/archive/0001-Updated-faenqomod- > > replace-png-backgrounds-to-jpeg-wi.patch
> > Regards,
> Nice, i have commited it in git and updated packages, they went from
> 8MB to
> 1.4MB and 2.6MB.