Tuesday, 2020-08-25

T42<elros34> no, I don't have dalvik. If clicks are not working then it's not tracker fault00:03
T42<kabouik> Okay, right, clicks were working before tracker so it's not related sorry. Probably some AD limitation00:23
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T42<ddlovato %lastname%> Hi01:58
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rinigusFigured out why they want to shut down OBS - they cannot stand patternized repos06:02
T42<adampigg> Rinigus: really??07:04
rinigus@adampigg: no, it's a joke :)07:07
T42<adampigg> Heh07:08
rinigusI guess not a subject of jokes anymore...07:09
T42<kabouik> Spoke too fast @elros34, left click works in AD and I just have to long-left click to emulate right click (maybe there's a way to make it work directly on right click, not sure). So either it was an issue in the 3d software I was trying yesterday, or the bad quality of my connection (this was a remote desktop AD app).08:16
T42<edp_17> I have tried the mouse in AD (in WhatsApp, UC browser, Fdroid and some other apps). For me none of the clicks and wheel work. It might be a limitation on the AD side I don't know.08:39
T42<kabouik> I don't know if Elros is in SFOS Fan Club so I'll just keep commenting here, sorry, but I'm happy to head over another server/room if preferable08:48
T42<kabouik> I just tested in an Android cloud computing app (the remote desktop I mentioned) and I do get left click, but perhaps it is because the remote computer is running Windows, not a regular Android UI08:49
T42<kabouik> Mouse wheel and right click do not work either, just long-left is right click, but I'm 99% sure this is a feature of that particular AD app to allow right click with touch input.08:50
T42<edp_17> Yeah, this is not really porting related but I don't know where else this can be discussed. Has the SFOS Fan Club got a telegram channel?08:52
T42<kabouik> I tried connecting both devices on the same network with Zerotier (on openrepos) and forwarding USB devices over IP (Virtual here server on Sailfish using the RPi executable: https://www.virtualhere.com/sites/default/files/usbserver/vhusbdarm, then `devel-su vhusbdarm -b` while connected to the Zerotier network), then pick the mouse o08:52
T42n the remote machine with Virtualhere client → mouse wheel and right click work, be no cursor (the mousetracker cursor is still here but just stops moving, the mouse detected as USB device just detaches from it)08:52
T42<kabouik> Yes: https://t.me/joinchat/AWx9iUE-U9pZ_NeJlxXs0w08:54
T42<kabouik> But Elros isn't there so08:55
T42<edp_17> Thanks, @kabouik!08:55
T42<kabouik> We're kind out of scope for his work on mousetracker, but figured he could be remotely interested08:55
T42<edp_17> What would be great is to get a cursor in lxc without a mouse attached. Similarly to the android VNC Viewer app where the left-click is a single tap, the right-click is a tap with two fingers or something like that. 😄09:00
T42<kabouik> That is already doable with nesting and Xephyr/Lightdm, it's just some edits in the Start_desktop script if I remember correctly, some stuff to comment out and other to uncomment. But you'll lose multitouch and touch scrolling in FF.09:05
T42<kabouik> Personally I love Elros' solution where the cursor shows only when using the mouse, and vanishes when touching the screen09:05
T42<edp_17> Don't misread me, I am not dissatisfied at all. It is absolutely fantastic that with @elros' solution we have mouse support in Lipstick and in lxc!10:18
T42<elros34> if you are wondering what would be the best place then it's #sailfishos10:25
T42<adampigg> Rinigus: obs info is like getting blood out of a stone :D11:56
rinigus@adampigg: exactly. as if they forgot why they want to close it11:57
rinigus... or we are testing your Friday news theory12:02
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T42<Bou %lastname%> 656217:11
T42<kabouik> @edp_17 can you join #sailfish on Freenode to continue discussion on the cursor?18:24
T42<edp_17> @kabouik : I try to join later, will let you know once I am there.19:50

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