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Old 03-10-2012, 09:34 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by rkomar View Post
Out of curiosity, did Onyx use the QT framework before, or was it only recently when the readers got the more traditional pointer input device? Would QT work on a device without a pointer (like my PB902)?
Judging by github history they use it at least 2 years. It works on M92S which has no touch screen. There are some rumors that PB works on QT support on devices without touch.
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Interesting. How does it hook into non-keyboard button events (like next/prev page,
zoom in/out,...)? To be honest, I have no idea what the Linux sub-system is that delivers these events.
Onyx uses Qt for Embedded See here They have implemented keyboard driver: QWS_KEYBOARD='NabooKeyboard:/dev/input/event0' You will receive usual key events with codes like Qt::Key_PageUp, Qt::Key_PageDown etc.

Looks like PB going to use Qt LightHouse which is upgrade and replacement for Qt/E.
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