[MeeGo-touch-dev] Any way t o force virtual keyboard to be used?
forrest.zhao at intel.com
Tue Aug 3 22:59:43 PDT 2010
Which version of meego-handset-sdk are you using?
Which configuration file do I need to modify to set the compositing-manager to true for metacity or change to compiz?
From: meego-touch-dev-bounces at meego.com [mailto:meego-touch-dev-bounces at meego.com] On Behalf Of danny
Sent: 2010年8月4日 13:46
To: MeeGo Touch Framework Development (discussion list)
Subject: Re: [MeeGo-touch-dev] Any way t o force virtual keyboard to be used?
In meego-handset-sdk, I use the following to see the VKB.
not run startmeego
1) # meego-im-uiserver &
2) # sms
After set the compositing-manager to true for metacity or change to compiz, I could see the VKB normally.
Hope useful for you.
>I'm in a situation where I need to be testing the use of the VKBD but
>on a device that has a HW KBD and no "open"/"close" state.
>During daily ongoing development of meego-handset-dialer, I tend to
>code->build->install->test->code->... in rapid progression on my
>laptop/netbook (running MeeGo of course) for efficiency. As such, I'd
>love to just provide a command line option (like "-target Aava") or set
>a GConf key, or notify a ContextKit provider, or ... so that I can
>force the keyboard behavior.
>I've looked in the mtf sources, seen the recent changes to specify VKBD
>orientation locking in the devices.conf, but do not find any (obvious)
>means of hard setting the use of the VKBD.
>Other places I've started to look but have, as of yet, failed to find
>clues are in ContextKit providers (meego and maemo),
>inputmethodkeyboard and inputmethodframework, libmeegotouch and a few
>other random projects.
>In inputmethodkeyboard I can see where MKeyboardHost::setState() is
>defined, but it's entirely lost to me how, when or if this is ever
>called and if so, by what?
>In short, is there *ANY* way (for development purposes only) to force
>the use and loading of the virtual keyboard even when there is a
>physical keyboard present? A GConf key, a properly crafted DBus
>message, an XOrg or udev config, ... ?
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