Disabling shoulder buttons when the lid is closed
llabret at gmail.com
Wed May 6 19:40:32 CEST 2009
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:26 AM, Ewan Meadows <ewan.meadows at gmail.com> wrote:
> There is another problem, which is related (sort of) on the TODO list.
> When the screen blanks, it turns the Speaker output off (but not the
> headphones). I'm pretty sure this is just a case of changing which
> registers get set during a screen blank, but never got any further
> than that.
> 2009/5/6 Malcolm <malcolm.parsons at gmail.com>:
>> 2009/5/1 Albert <llabret at gmail.com>:
>>> On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 3:36 AM, Malcolm <malcolm.parsons at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> 2009/4/30 Albert <llabret at gmail.com>:
>>>> The shoulder buttons might be useful with the lid closed?
>>> Well, seeing as they're generally mapped to shift and ctrl, I've
>>> actually found it to be more of a nuisance that they're enabled when
>>> the lid is closed. Particularly because I keep hitting one of the
>>> shoulder buttons while it's in my pocket, which keeps the display from
>>> sleeping, and drains the battery more quickly than necessary.
>> I'm not opposed to the idea, just wondering if anyone would miss the
>> functionality if it was removed.
>> I'm sure DSLinux power usage could be reduced, but I have no way to measure it.
>>> I see, I didn't know there was such a program. Google seems to point
>>> to this being what I really wanted, but didn't know to look for. It
>>> doesn't seem to get built though.
>> Do you want to try building it?
I've been playing around with the console tools makefile, but haven't
been getting anywhere with it. I originally thought removing
'--disable-keycode-progs' would get it, but it seems to be hiding much
deeper in, either that or there's a missing dependency. The output
from make doesn't seem to be giving me any clues either.
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