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Yes and no. The Ubuntu UI Toolkit provides a default theme, but there is no setting to use a different theme. A different random theme might entirely change how the UI functions, as well as looks, and might not work well on touch based devices. However, in your app, you can specify some different colors for things. You'll notice for example that the ...


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A daemon is basically a program with no direct user interaction... So there is nothing really specific about it. Nevertheless, you have to take care about some keys points : any output or log should go to syslog, not the standard output at startup, create a pid file under /var/run. And clear it at shutdown. you have to write a service supervision file, to ...


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One of the HTML5 SDK devs here, the docs are correct, here is a working demo <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>An Ubuntu HTML5 application</title> <meta name="description" content="An Ubuntu HTML5 application"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, ...


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Get at least 1 GiB free disk space sudo apt-get install schroot Tools > Options > Ubuntu > Create Click Target > armhf (i386 and amd64 targets are broken as of now) Projects > Add Kit > UbuntuSDK Select it and build against it. Publish. Optional Create an emulator image. Install gdb-multiarch: sudo apt-get install gdb-multiarch


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Setting OptionSelector.currentlyExpanded instead of OptionSelector.expanded makes it expanded initially, but as soon as you select an option, it collapses. This is closer to what I want, but not the most optimal solution. OptionSelector { id: projectSelector property int projectIndex: 0 width: pageLayout.width model: projects.count > 0 ? ...



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