Still gonna get worked on, but this is from my VirtualBox setup.
Aaaaahh. ya got the bastard! good shoot’n.
Every OS has to have Doom.
Thinkpad X1 Carbon 5th Gen: WQHD Support
Wow! Your Desktop is really big. What is monitor size? Are fonts not to small?
It’s 28inch, so it’s pretty readable after I upped the font size to 14pt. I prefer having the space to have a browser and editor side by side than have everything scaled up.
I really want to add a global scale option… just gotta find the time. Haiku on my 4k screen is TINY
Is an old beos app called DigitalClock_Applet_2.8_x86, is not an app of mine or a patch
I found it on BeShare and by going in its settings folder, I made (using WonderBrush) images to display the clock with the colors which I like.
Ok, thanks for the info.
No new posts since the last year? Let’s change that.
Watching Waddlesplash interview about Haiku in QMPlay2 port in Haiku. Apps: QMPlay, Qmmp, Dockbert, Weather (replicant), FreeRapid Downloader (java-based, new versions of JDownloader stopped working in Haiku).
Working with Haikuports team on debugging Scribus 1.5.5 build and porting Falkon 3.0.1 web browser to Haiku with the new Qt 5.10.1. A futuristic concept. KStars to look for planetary things.
Can’t wait for Falkon! I was wondering if someone was working on that.
How is this possible?
x86 based Kindle? Secret work on ARM port? VNC server? Putting an Haiku screenshot in an e-book?
Lack of keyboard makes me think the first two options are out
Nothing fancy, just a VNC client on a jailbroken Kindle.
But it have touchscreen, so a virtual-keyboard would be possible if one ports Haiku to ARM, or even with VNC too.