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- Apr 2 2016, 6:16 AM (242 w, 3 d)
I took the liberty to correct your markdown. Please look out for this in the future. Thank you.
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Oct 23 2020
I took the liberty to correct your code quotation in your post. Please watch out in the future for this.
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Oct 14 2020
Why on Earth assign this to me? I do not know a thing about bluetooth internals and nothing really about efl.
OT Question: since I see so many lines in the crashdump file, it is created in incremental mode?
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Oct 10 2020
Could you please provide the version of terminology and your version of efl ?
Oct 9 2020
Reopen as per OPs comment. @raster
Oct 8 2020
I can try to compile, compiled e/efl before and actually wanted to look into compiling pager_plain anyways.
Sorry, but open what in a new tab/split?
Lots and lots of documentation missing...
Sounds resolved. If not, please reopen.
Q: What is the iBar gadget for?
A: The iBar gadget serves as a place to hold shortcuts for your favorite apps. Adding apps to the iBar is a nice way to reduce mouse clicks when working. More information about the iBar gadget can be found here.
Q: What is the iBox gadget for?
A: The iBox gadget serves as a place to display icons for minimized windows. More information about the iBox gadget can be found here.
I don't know, but I think under wayland there is currently no support in the release versions for more then one screen. @devilhorns
Please reopen if not resolved.
I blatantly put this under FreeBSD so maybe someone knows :-)
In theory this support is already there using Gadgets. But it's a bit edgy at the moment (and you'll need the latest enlightenment version 0.24). Why your volume multimedia keys don't work - IDK. Maybe @raster can tell, because my mute key works, volume up or down don't (in lockscreen).
You can work around this by clock display the seconds as well.
Jun 11 2020
i don't even think it's a wishlist.
Jun 10 2020
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Jun 2 2020
From the gentoo bug report:
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May 10 2020
1.24.0 fails to build on non-luajit arches that need lua5.2:
May 2 2020
Apr 30 2020
We can introduce efl_get_last_error(); which will return int error code value, which are well defined and user can handle them in the right way.
Apr 23 2020
I'm didn't go through all of the comments, just the essential, but I reported a similar problem with ephoto which zmike solved. I also added the commits I think where the solution:
Apr 22 2020
I should've been more clearer on these points: