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You need to set the useDeprecatedToolbar property of your MainView to false. This is temporary because we are currently supporting an old API (tools for toolbar), and a new (actions to go in the header). For Ubuntu.Components 1.1, the default value of useDeprecatedToolbar, which is now true, will be changed to false in the very near future (this week or the ...


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Use this instead: onCurrentlyExpandedChanged: { flickable.DragOverBounds flickable.contentHeight += itemHeight console.log(itemHeight) }


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The HTC Salsa is NOT supported. The officially supported development devices are only the Nexus 4, 7 (WiFi) and 10 from Google. The instructions you posted will NOT work with any non-supported devices. A wider set of devices is supported by community-driven ports but I see no support for the HTC Salsa there. See here for the list. The status page for each ...


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There is no Ubuntu for Android currently. It requires vendor buy-in to implement on a device. However, it is a system by which Android and Ubuntu are both on the device. You would use Android when using the device normally, and it would switch to Ubuntu when docked to a keyboard/mouse.


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Applications should not rely on knowledge about the actual positioning provider but instead rely on the accuracy estimates provided with individual position updates (see http://developer.ubuntu.com/api/qml/sdk-14.10/QtLocation.Position/#horizontalAccuracy-prop). With that, application developers do not need to worry about specific characteristics of ...


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I think the problem is you are trying to charge it before the transfer is ready. Look at this as an example: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ken-vandine/+junk/hub-exporter/view/head:/hub-exporter.qml#L426


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I realize this question is old, but there are developments on the horizon which may be promising: As the LiveCode Community Manager, I can confirm that right now there is no interface between LiveCode and Ubuntu Mobile. However, many of us in the LiveCode community are also Ubuntu fans, and will be forming a team to explore options for using LiveCode's ...


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I think it did not work for you due to GPS not being enabled on the device. The following code sample worked without segfaulting on my laptop. On the device, it takes about 1-2 mins to get the GPS lock since AGPS hasn't landed yet. import QtQuick 2.2 import Ubuntu.Components 1.1. import QtPositioning 5.2 MainView { id: mainView applicationName: ...


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It's in: Settings → Security → Safety after locking. The options are: 4 digits, finger movement, or password. (Ubuntu 14.10 r179)



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