It’s like playing Sudoku to log in My muscle memory is fighting it [login/pin keypad randomizer] but I absolutely love it!
Never again use your phone drunk Thanks @guido.gunther and @sam.hewit!
[edit to add: it’s actually not that difficult after a few tries]
Would this app be something to add settings about HW switch / wifi and BT behavior, for instance? I’d really like to be able have them (and preferably by default) off after using HW switch. Some other ideas may popup as well…
*You can also make non-adaptive GNOME apps fit the screen with a terminal command. Example: gsettings set sm.puri.phoc.application:/sm/puri/phoc/application/org-gnome-systemmonitor/ scale-to-fit true. (Use false to revert it.) The change persists indefinitely, as does the Mobile Settings method.
The U-boot entry should be a version number not a serial number. The shortcut page issue is common to several application. As for the scale to fit sections, it only shows applications that are opened at that moment, I suppose so that you do not have a endless list there. But the setting is persistent.
I also tried ProtonVPN. Their linux app was problematic everytime the phone would go into suspend mode. I couldn’t re-establish network connections because their kill switch would be active. even though I had it turned off. And using their openvpn config files didn’t help either.
Mullvad rocks though! The app runs nicely so far for me.
Gnome Calendar app it is no usable on mobile, swiping gestures arent taken into account and putting your finger anywhere in the calendar pops up a dialogue of adding a new event instead of say opening from week view to day view, or viewing existing events that week or day (and scrolling around in existing events), i am using Karlender a much better implementation for mobile touch based devices
Oh, thank you! Right after we posted several days ago, I clicked on the “report issue” button and thought it didn’t work. I saw the next day that it had actually opened a new tab in Firefox. Then I got too busy to post for the next few days… and you saved the day!
The developer seems to be very active – several updates this week.