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    Re: Ped - in-phone programmers editor

    I have a problem when trying to run scripts that import the sensor module in Ped (running the scripts in the standard Python interpreter works.) Here's the error I get:

    Traceback (most recent call...
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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Seems to be quite troublesome to get this working on the N95-1 :/

    I recently installed the latest N95 8GB firmware (15.0.015) and I didn't have to sign anything; I had access to the sensor module...
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    Testing internet access speed

    Hello, I have a "Turbo3G" (HSDPA) subscription with a supposed download rate of 3.6 Mbit/sec. I'm wondering if there are applications available for my N95 8GB to test how close to that speed I am.
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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Hmmm... I think I had that problem too, but I downloaded the unsigned Python S60 Shell and signed it with my developer certificate (which has all security settings enabled) and that worked.
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    Re: Ped - in-phone programmers editor

    Have you considered adding syntax highlighting?
    There are syntax highlighting packages for Python (see http://cheeseshop.python.org/pypi/Pygments)
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    Re: User Modules and multiple py files

    Hello,

    Try running this piece of code in interactive mode (or Bluetooth console):

    import sys
    sys.path

    You'll get a list of system paths that are used when importing modules. You can modify...
  7. Re: [announce] aXYZ 1.0.0 using XYZ axes of the N95 accelerometer !

    Cool, thanks! :)
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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Yep, I've always liked coding Verlet particle physics and mass-spring physics because they're easy to implement and fun to play with.

    Here are a few other tests I made with my JavaScript Verlet...
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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Hi otsov,

    Thanks for your input! Doesn't the PyS60 v1.4.1 sensor module enable accelerator access equally on all mobiles with an accelerator? Is there any way for me to make my script compatible...
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    Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Hi there,

    I've made a small application that'll make use of the accelerometer in a mobile with PyS60 installed. You'll need the Python shell installed to be able to run it (I have not made it into...
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