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Offline markush

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« Posted 2003-06-30 16:32:13 »

Hi!

I'm currently working on nokia api support for non nokia mobiles. It's working in the emulator now, and the speed is ok. Since I have only access to Nokia phones, I would like to have it tested on real devices. I have jared the api up together with the iceblox midlet of http://www.javaonthebrain.com, since this midlet is using the nokia methods quite often. If you have a non nokia mobile please load http://wap.inario.de/test/ice.jad and tell me if it runs at all, and if the speed is ok.

Thanks Markus
Offline JasonB

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-06-30 20:26:35 »

Performance seems fine on my P800.  A couple of issues though:

1.  the menu contains 2 blank entries (first one starts the game, second one exits), followed by an exit label (which also exits).

2.  I can't turn to the right using the game keys.  I can only go up and down.  Which really sucks on the P800's midlet application.  (Actually controlling a midlet in the p800 sucks anyway)

3.  When you reach the bottom of the screen, the walls redraw to fill the rest of the bottom of the screen in a repeating 2 or 3 pixel pattern.

J
Offline markush

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-07-01 03:29:28 »

Thanks for testing!

1: This is how I handle the softkeys at the moment. The Nkia api defines keycodes for softkeys, which other devices not have. So I emulate them with menu entries, but perhaps I shouldn't make them empty:).

2: I think this is a bug of the demonstration midlet I've used. It only works correct with the number keys.

3: This might come from the fact, that the display size is differnet from the one the author had in mind. It was written for an Nokia 3410, which has a display size of 96*65.  But I will see if I can overpaint it black.
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