What about putting the bars under each label? This way check boxes can be places instead of colored boxes
@mymike Hi, I've added delete process to the design:
What do you think?
Also I'd still leave the bars visible even when the ListItem is collapsed
Maybe a collapsed bar? I've updated the link
I'm unsure on how to make the user selecting what he wants to clear
I'll have a look at it, I think underlined text doesn't follow the UT design guidelines
@mymike Hi, great work,
I like the bars, but they look a bit too colored in the UT UI, maybe we should display just one bar at time.
I have a prototype at:
@3T_Ed Sure, it can be blue, maybe also with the background as the other ones
@Rondarius I have also a few more lockscreen designs:
I like to have the background and the stats too
maybe just a red border to mark the notification as important and persistent could work and at the same time would be more consistent in the UT style.
@Aury88 Hi, I think Ubuntu Touch isn't Java based, and afaik it doesn't support Java apps. It was in the original design, so I kept it, but it is probably a misinterpretation of the current text:
Sure, three billion devices run Java. But did you know that 44 devices run Ubuntu Touch? By the way, if your device is not listed here, you might be interested to learn how to make the 45th Ubuntu Touch port!
It should be probably changed to something more appropriate.
@BigB Hi, afaik NetworkManager doesn't manage cellular connection in UT, you should probably try with ofono / rild.
@scottbouch For Davical there is no maintenance needed, unless you want some more advanced setup, and it is very reliable, but it isn't very easy to install. There is a package in the default Ubuntu repository, but you'll have to setup manually PostgreSQL and Apache.
Activity tracker shows altitude
the hotspot issue is a known issue on Nexus 5 and maybe also on the other devices.
You can enable tethering from UT Tweak Tool:
we have a very little 'daily usage' documentation already written:
maybe we could extend it instead of building something completely new?
(I also used the same folder, you used in your post but I don't know if this has any influence, just made it easier for me to check the fields and make the new input.)
Any directory should be fine, I've just used the same as on my pc to make checking easier
a) I open the Clock App when I want to: set an alarm or a timer for cooking
b) I normally open the Clock App from: the top indicator
c) I think Clock App misses: multiple timers, swipe up to manage alarms is a bit confusing
d) Clock (the time): 1
e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock): 2
f) Alarm (wake me up): 3
g) Chronometer (timer with laps): 1
h) Timer (count down): 4
i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: June 2019