Works for me, too. Nice.
Sun Clock (Xll application. Landscape mode works pretty well w/o adjustment; preferences seem to be responsive - 3rd screenshot is item “M” in the pref. bar, not “A”):
Portrait mode, not so much:
Trezor open-source hardware crypto wallet. For installation instructions, Trezor and Librem 5
Marble (mostly functional - globe spins):
Zoom slider doesn’t respond to touch, but 2-finger zoom works:
Zoom out reveals constellations:
Pleasantly surprised that this app mostly works!
Tested in off-line mode. This is a flatpak.
Orage (XFCE; mostly functional on L5):
May require some slight scaling down:
Directional controls at top required; can’t drag or scroll:
Landscape mode doesn’t help much, due to lack of scrolling ability.
I only include this app here because calendar is so important. Since it’s apparently functional enough, it may work for the interim until something better is adapted.
GNOME Calendar (for comparison; much scaling down required, because it’s unscrollable at the moment):
Are you configured on the L5 to use a network scanner? Or you connected a scanner via USB to the L5?
Hmmm. Scanning seems a bit more advanced than I would probably be tackling in the early days (for my own needs) but I suppose it emphasizes the “general-purpose-computer-in-your-pocket” angle.
Did you actually scan anything?
No, I didn’t try to connect or scan anything myself. I was just interested in illustrating the concept. The app looks like it would work fine, though.
For the curious, I tested
Impress, as these might be useful for on-the-road work. They all fit the screen well, but they’re unfortunately extremely buggy, with menu items sometimes blanking out randomly, frequent freezing, drawing-objects not working, and not all controls being responsive.
Write seems like it could almost work: menu items open the usual controls, and you can mostly scroll through the long menus. Typing works, but selecting and changing style seems a bit problematic.
I’m going to say these are not ready for prime time; I’ll look for alternatives.
Something related to your work. I tested MS Word (Android App) on Anbox in the VirtualBox image for PureOS. It worked fine.
You could try “abiword”. I didn’t use it much. It is the default word processor of LXDE / LXQT. (Love it) Probably it has a low footprint and that’s the reason. This could be a place to look for other slim programs. I think they also have a spreadsheet program, just don’t remember the name. Maybe I can look it up tomorrow.
Btw. I tried “arandr” on PP PMOS and it seems to fit the screen. I didn’t had a second monitor to experiment.
Also I used “Okular” to read a PDF. It has classical menus which may not be optimal for finger touch but I had no problems with that. The open file dialog did not fit the screen but worked for me. The PDF (625 pages, includes graphics) read worked fine. Thank of phosh / phoc even modal dialogs are real separate windows and can be closed like that, where in android you can only go back and forth. Multiple browser windows on phone! \o/
And does “Feeds” work for you? It used to work for me but now the news won’t get displayed anymore. After selecting one from the list there is only empty white space and the top bar.
I write that here because so that you can try it on the L5 if you like to.
Just gave the
Abiword flatpak a try. It, too, has problems: It goes into an endless blinking and flashing loop when you type and then touch the text field. The menus look good and seem to behave, but they don’t exactly fit the screen very well. Soon, maybe.
Feeds continues to work fine for me, no issues at all. Just tested again now.
Solar System (flatpak):
Orbits have 3 speed settings. Oddly, no “+” sign to zoom in, but it’s in settings drop-down.
The light bulb opens up a list of the planets with links to info:
P.S. @mladen apparently got
Stellarium to run, but I have been unable to do so, either with flatpak or native package.
Just a little silliness for the end of a bizarre year.
After installation, type the command
espeak, and hit
Enter. Then type some words and hit
Edit: By the way, you could paste a large block of text there and the whole thing would be read aloud. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”
open emacs GUI and from the menu > Help > ‘Emacs Psychotherapist’
now you can talk to emacs and it talks back …
Foobillardplus (note the French spelling “billard”):
If you scale it down all the way, it appears to be fully functional.