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    Re: Simple script: SIM directory list

    I don't know. Sorry. I haven't been programming for pys60 for a long time (basically since the point were it became impossible to avoid the certificate nonsense).
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    Re: Accelerometer extension

    Hi,

    I've written a rather simple application ('loep.py') that enables you to scroll a map by simply tilting the phone. Works pretty decent. Here's the code, be sure to change the path to the...
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    Add menu item to other native app

    Is it possible to extend the menu of another application using pys60? Say I want to add an item to the menu of the camera application, is that possible?
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    Re: Accelerometer extension

    Great work, Jespern!
    I'm using your extension but I don't know how to interpret the data. What's the difference between the positive and negative values (isn't a negative movement in the x direction...
  5. Proper way to check for network connection

    What is the proper way to test whether the phone can make a network connection? Just doing the following?:

    sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
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    Re: [announce] Ruby for Symbian S60 !

    Wow! That is really excellent news! Let's see how it compares to Python.
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    Access N80's UPnP stack

    Is it possible to access the N80's 'Universal Plug 'n Play' (UPnP) functionality using Python?
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    Python on SonyEricsson phones?

    Did anybody here have any success with running pys60 on any of the following Sony Ericsson phones?


    K610i
    K610im
    K618i
    K800i
    M600i
    P990i
    V630i
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    Experience with SOAP?

    I'm thinking about using SOAP for my application, but therefore I need a SOAP processor. Anybody here that has successfully used SOAP messaging in their application?
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    Re: l2cap Bluetooth in Python?

    Is there a chance that this will be possible with future releases? I mean having 'bluetooth_advertise_service' advertise other profiles than RFCOMM and OBEX. And is it possible to accomplish with C++...
  11. Advertising alternative bluetooth services

    Is it possible to make your phone advertise other Bluetooth services than the 2 the docs talk about? Or are we limited to a predefined set?
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    Re: on the fly audio conversion

    pymedia is built upon FFMPEG and it is very unlikely that this can be ported to Symbian.
  13. Re: [announce] xmPay, a xml mobile payment engine

    Looks really interesting! I see that it complies to the 'ClearCommerce XML API'. I must say I'm a little put off by the amount of overhead you need just to be able to 'talk' XML.
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    Change routing table from pys60

    Is it possible to access and modify the routing table using pys60? Preferably on an N80...(if that phone is supported).
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    Re: what is wrong with this statement ???

    Well, there is one space too many before your 'else :'....
    That should throw an exception...
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    Re: http login

    libgmail is a python module for accessing gmail. It handles login issues etc. I wanted to port it to pys60 but never succeeded since not all required modules are supported. You might want to check...
  17. Re: 'paragraph seperator' character instead of 'newline'

    I'm not sure what kind conversion you're talking about, but if it's replacing characters it's a no-go for me. The problem is that you don't know what other non-'ISO-8859-1' characters the text may...
  18. 'paragraph seperator' character instead of 'newline'

    When entering a <RETURN> in a Text component the character that is inserted in the text is a 'paragraph seperator'. Not a newline or so. The problem with a 'paragraph seperator' is that it cannot be...
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    Re: Catching key events of a Text type

    I added a feature request for the next version of pys60: being able to call Text.bind() several times with different event codes and the same callback function.
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    Using camera right after reboot

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    N70
    PyS60 1.3.1 final
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    Invoking: camera.take_photo(size = (160,120))
    right after rebooting the phone results in:
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    Save image in seperate thread

    This:



    pic = camera.take_photo()
    thread.start_new_thread(self.saveImage,(pic,))

    def saveImage(self, image):
    image.save(self.imageFileName)
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    Re: Text type: Last line invisible

    I just signed up :)
    Thanks for filing the bug.
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    Re: Catching key events of a Text type

    I now see that the code below listens to numbers being typed in. I just want to know whether the key was pressed (whether in number mode or in text mode). I tried 'key_codes.EScancode0' instead of...
  24. Error if setting socket.settimeout() before socket.connect()

    I would like to limit the time it takes for connecting a socket, but this:



    sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_BT, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
    sock.settimeout(10)
    sock.connect(target)


    results in the...
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    Re: Catching key events of a Text type

    I tried that (see code below), but in that case only the last bind works:



    keyCodesList =[key_codes.EKey0, key_codes.EKey1]
    for keyCode in keyCodesList:
    titleTextComponent.bind(keyCode,...
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