@flohack after reboot, i did get sensors back working. SensorStatus also re-confirmed that sensors are working.
Rebooted again and still working.
So I finally have a day off work and installed devel-halium. Great work!!
First issue I have is:
OK, it seems this is happening in all apps in which there is a bottom edge tab.
Tested in Phone app and messages app. I don't recall this being an issue on the normal RC channel.
Edit: Also happening if you pull down the indicator bar, middle zone unresponsive, to the left or right of middle zone and it works.
A bit of a silly question but is this considered daily driver ready or approximately so? My OPO is my daily but I'm happy to test at long as basic functions work reliably (calls, text and alarm).
Edit: I've just seen the Q&A so that answers my question
@applee I can confirm this also on my OPO on RC. The issue for myself seems to be when attempting MAX zoom. I can zoom in and out but if I max zoom, that's when it gets stuck. However, double-tapping(more like a button mash) the photo resets the zoom after that everything returns to function normally(can zoom in and out partially, slide to next photo) but, getting double-tap to work is inconsistent.
Behaviours seen in Camera app are occurring similarly in Gallery app...
Your problems are already known, however, and will also not be answered in the Q&A as they are "bug questions". Hope that helps.
Ideas really coming together, good work!
a) I open the Clock App when I want to: Set my ALARM clock
b) I normally open the Clock App from: The app drawer
c) I think Clock App misses: n/a
d) Clock (the time) 2
e) World Clock (more than 1 city clock) 1
f) Alarm (wake me up) 4
g) Chronometer (timer with laps) 1
h) Timer (count down) 2
i) I have been using Ubuntu touch as my main device since: 2019
To conclude, as explained by @Flohack who is not European, he do with an UT phone, but he also already can't do without an Androîd phone anymore: I don't know if it's love for the last !
To correct you, Florian is very much a European, Austria is an EU member. I believe he uses android for certain apps only, Car sharing being one, possibly banking. Some companies only cater to android or iOS users, sometimes it's easier to just by a cheap android phone to be able to use those services than to purposely make your own life just that bit harder.
I think the point waiting to be made here is that without captcha (or an equivalent) is that bots etc. will mass register and spam the forum? I can't remember if you have to verify via email when you sign up to the forum though, so I could be wrong. My knowledge of said practices is basic, to say the least.
@djkemmet hello, once you have clickable up and running, if you want to preview your app on your PC/laptop you (this can aid quick development) can do:
Clickable docs: https://clickable-ut.dev/en/latest/index.html
UX General thought:
> I feel that the Device/Installer page has something missing, not sure if it needs to be on the same page. In general, I'm missing a place where I can see in full dev's progress what has to achieve and what has accomplished—a place where it will be easy to update dev's milestones, maybe new page "Road Map"? Who is the best suitable person to get advice?
Are you referring to this page? https://devices.ubuntu-touch.io/
Main contributors I believe are Dalton(UniSuperBox), Joan(CiberSheep) and you could ask Jan(NeoTheThird) for some advice too. I do know that NeoTheThird helped to design the devices page with the progress bar for each device, so maybe you can pick his brains regarding that. Those are the 3 main people behind the site as I understand it.
OS page -I thought of drilling features as scrolling down (I nickname it - "the how")*. I agree with @potet that this page needs to be "Welcoming and yet powerful." unsure yet if UT is for devs or everyone. - Instead of apps demo and features, maybe (just an idea) we can turn it to "why page"?
In my opinion, as long as you have an open mind and the correct device, UT is for everyone. No special skills are required for it to become your daily driver. Marketing it as "for devs" is going to turn away people. There is an excellent welcoming community here also, who will gladly walk through all the steps needed for "average Joe" to get UT working in his hands, no sweat. It is one of our strengths.
Some helpful links for yourself should this progress.
Gitlab repo for Ubuntu Touch UX Design: https://gitlab.com/ubports/teams/ux-des
Telegram group for more fluid discussion, you will find all the core devs right there and then some: https://t.me/UBports_UX
I like the idea of "Get UT" or "Get Ubuntu Touch" instead of "installer"