[olpc-nz] Testing Summary - Saturday 14 February 2009
wadetb at gmail.com
Fri Feb 13 21:35:59 EST 2009
I'd love to hear from Mike and whoever else is testing the Wacom support -
maybe I can help get the driver issues resolved.
On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 7:03 PM, Tabitha Roder <tabitha.roder at gmail.com>wrote:
> Testing summary
> Who was there: Alastair, Edward, Grant, Uli (and the girls - 2 1/2 and 5
> years), Andrew and Fraser (8 years), Carl, Bob, Tabitha, Mark Piper, Mike
> Played tangram on two XOs. Not shareable?
> Found it hard to get rid of paint when we accidentally clicked paint icon
> in the menu bar.
> Fraser recorded a sound and made a button then asked all the adults around
> how to make the button play his sound. We struggled to work it out, cant
> make the button do anything. One hour later we have given up trying.
> Looked at storyboard as per request. We like it. Useful for people to work
> out how to play the game. Still having problems with memory leaks that make
> the game unplayable after a short time. Is this the latest version?
> Gnash / Flash
> Testing the file provided to us by Phil, Shopping.swf and
> PersonalArticlesInSpanish.swf both seemed to open in Gnash that is shipped
> with staging-27. Both stated that they couldn't open /home/olpc/.gnashrc.
> PersonalArticlesInSpanish.swf gave the error "OIL: ERROR liboiltest.c 361:
> oil_test_check_impl(): illegal instruction in mmxCombineAddU Segmentation
> Fault. All run from the terminal activity.
> These files by default from the sugar journal open in Etoys and cause it to
> severly crash.
> Updated more XOs to staging 27
> Wacom tests by Mike continue. Using colors-13. Followed instructions on
> colors wiki page. Filed bug #9252 for: Following the instructions on the
> wiki, we attempted to install a small Wacom Graphire iii graphics tablet
> model CTE-43.
> ... the left click is not working properly. It's as if it receives a
> mouse-down event but not a mouse-up and the cursor freezes. ...
> Also it is in mouse mode not tablet mode, i.e. when the pen is dropped at a
> random position on the tablet, it will not jump to that position on the
> screen. This may be a setting that can be changed.
> Kind regards
> Tabitha Roder
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