@arubislander may also encourage phones to base jumping and face planting... (but i would risk that ;))
@kugiigi \me is also not sure about the app icon there... :-)
Do you already know this: https://github.com/ubports/qqc2-suru-style/blob/master/qqc2-suru/qquicksurustyle.cpp?
So instead of defining only background colors you could suggest some sets of colors each containing all of the nine "input colors" and thus "defining a theme".
Then we maybe could add a third theme called "user defined" or "custom" and add a page to the settings app (or to UTTT) where the theme can be set and colors for the custom theme can be chosen. Your sets could act as some presets. The "best" one or two palettes could be dedicated themes maybe, and a "barrier free/color blind" theme/color preset would also be a cool thing.
Okay i think I got most of your ideas. In a nutshell you're suggesting to kill the trailing menu (and put the app icon there instead) in order to:
Thats my thumb range btw. First picture is how I usually hold my phone:
It may take a while to get used to it, but its possible/thinkable to hold the phone orthogonal to the fingers s.t. the thumb range in my case on turbo looks like that:
Nice. Interesting thoughts!
Not entirely sure, but I don't think it looks in your home by default. So you may have to set the environment variable
~/lib/python3.5/ for example in
.profile and (try to) install
pyserial into it by executing
setup.py install --user for example. (maybe you need to create the directories before manually by
mkdir -p ~/lib/python3.5 - not sure.)
@gascls65 the root filesystem is mounted read only. You can mount it writable with
sudo mount -o remount,rw /. But be aware your changes may be gone after updating the os/installing an ota update. You may prefer installing the python package into your home.
If you want to have man pages in the terminal (which absolutely makes sense when thinking of convergence!) you could put them and
~/bin manually and set the environment variable
INFOPATH accordingly. Or make a click package for it which installs it to
/opt/click.ubuntu.com/man.yourname/ and set
MANPATH=/opt/click.ubuntu.com/man.yourname/current/man or whatever in
~/.profile... That would be cool, I would install it too! ;-)
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