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Raspberry Pi / Re: playing videos
« Last post by sippytom on November 07, 2012, 09:22:57 PM »
Thanks for that. I have tested the database demo on my XOOM.
What ideas I needed were video playback.
I have not read the manual, I just sent this is through my XOOM.
But I will do some tests later today after work.
Tom
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Raspberry Pi / Re: playing videos
« Last post by Malkom on November 07, 2012, 03:59:13 PM »
Hi,
Just purchased a MK 808 mini TV for android single.
I want to develop a movie database which I have working on a PC and use this database to select then play movies.
Any ideas anyone?

Tom
Hi Tom

Once you have HAC connected to your MK 808 then you could try the example database project and see if there are any problems. However, to save having to install HAC, a built version(apk file) of the database project can be downloaded directly from our Examples web page. The database project is  available on our Examples web page including a screen shot - it also comes with HAC.

I haven't tried an MK808 yet so don't have any experience with it. I guess  it should just need the Debugging enabled and enabling 3rd party apps to be installed then HAC should be able to connect. Once you have the IP address of your device then issuing adb connect 192.168.x.xxx in a DOS terminal window should allow HAC to see the device.

Android uses SQLite so hopefully your PC database is compatible.

Malkom
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Raspberry Pi / playing videos
« Last post by sippytom on November 07, 2012, 11:48:14 AM »
Hi,
Just purchased a MK 808 mini TV for android single.
I want to develop a movie database which I have working on a PC and use this database to select then play movies.
Any ideas anyone?

Tom
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Wish List / Re: new feature ;)
« Last post by kaboekieman on November 02, 2012, 01:46:19 PM »
Cool thx for the update in v1.16 anyway Malkom. I will use this version to input all my text so far (I'm on 1/3rd of the book) If v1.17 will come out I will try to enhance it :) SQ lite I haven't used much but I was planning to implement a database structure after inputting the text in 1.16 ;) so the next couple of weeks I think I will be busy tweaking all the bits in the right place and trying to implement a inventory structure. Should be a little time consuming but I think will well worth it in the end :)

Thx for all your help so far Malkom... and font's in v1.17 should also be nice ;) your right, that should even make it even better hihi ;)

cheers, Jeroen
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Wish List / Re: new feature ;)
« Last post by Malkom on November 02, 2012, 11:12:15 AM »
hi Malkom, thanks for you reply ;) to answer your question. Yes... If text is longer then the 'invisible' textfield the lines should dim (above, when scrolled and below, when scrolled). If all the text can be placed in 'invisible' textfield then it shouldn't. Thanks again for your help in this. I think this, with the SQ lite database feature will get me a whole end in finaly developing the app ... p.s. I mentioned your name also in the app, if it's o.k. with you? :)

Hi Jeroen

Finally released v1.16 and it has the transparent field option in it. However, fields don't yet have the fading text option for the top bottom lines although I think for now it could be done with your idea of hidden fields top/bottom.

This coming release (1.17) will focus a lot on fields and try to give them user-defined fonts so your Game Book will look even better.
Fields really need tidying up as I made a project using your image, set field to transparent, and although it looks good, the field is clunky and needs it's dragging response improving - I didn't experiment with HAC's gesture timing settings and just used default. It seems Resistive screens have a much slower gesture response than Capacitive screens, at least on the Android devices we have.
Hopefully v1.17 is going to be a much quicker release than the last few.

Thank you again for all your help and ideas.
I hope the SQL is going okay :)

Malkom



 
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News / v1.16 HyperNext Android Creator released for Windows
« Last post by Malkom on November 02, 2012, 08:53:58 AM »
HYPERNEXT ANDROID CREATOR V1.16 RELEASE NOTES

This update adds parsing of News Feeds(RSS), transparent fields plus better debugging during HAC startup. There are also some memory usage improvements and some minor bug fixes.

The News Feed parsing functionality supports both RSS and Atom formats. It also allows feeds from both URLs and files to be parsed. It can cope with huge feeds and allows the user to skip unwanted articles and just store the sequence they need.

The HAC startup debugging makes it much easier for both users and us to determine why their version of HAC is not running properly perhaps due to installation problems etc.

 
New Keywords

*Field Control
FieldSetTransparent


* RSS
RssParseCountFN, RssParseSourceFN, RssArticleCountFN
RssFieldListFN, RssClose, RssErrorFN
RssFieldCountFN, RssFieldNamesFN, RssFieldByNameFN
RssFieldByNumberFN



Thank you to our forum users and others for submitting such valuable feedback.
 

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2nd November 2012
TigaByte Software
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Wish List / Re: new feature ;)
« Last post by kaboekieman on October 26, 2012, 10:38:50 AM »
hi Malkom, thanks for you reply ;) to answer your question. Yes... If text is longer then the 'invisible' textfield the lines should dim (above, when scrolled and below, when scrolled). If all the text can be placed in 'invisible' textfield then it shouldn't. Thanks again for your help in this. I think this, with the SQ lite database feature will get me a whole end in finaly developing the app ... p.s. I mentioned your name also in the app, if it's o.k. with you? :)
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Wish List / Re: new feature ;)
« Last post by Malkom on October 26, 2012, 07:07:18 AM »
Hi Malkom, I don't know if it's still possible for the update 1.16? But it would be nice if the scroll over text field would have a fade in text from the buttom and fade out at the top of this text field. And do you know if text place in the (invisible) text field would automatically go to the next line if the sentence in the text has reached the end of the line? I prefer text in each line to align='justify'... if it's possible ;)

for example the text data in the database:

"- en wiebel niet zo! Je weet hoe erg ik mij stoor aan dat gewiebel..................."

tekst (see picture) should automatically go the the next line after the word "erg"... alignment of the text should then justify (not in the sample).

Thanks in advance (again, and again :)) ), Jeroen
Hi Jeroen

Thank you for the idea - v1.16 is going to be delayed a few days as the text fields need improving - they can be buggy when trying to select an inset point as the cursor can appear in wrong position.
- in the tidying up I'll try to see if adding an option flag(command) to dim first and last lines will be reliable enough.

The justify should be working on every line - although I'll test it out again while working on field.

Will be good when this one is out as you should make more progress with your Game Book :)
Malkom
P.S
About the dimming - i assume the top and bottom lines should only dim if there is further text above or below them respectively?


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Wish List / new feature ;)
« Last post by kaboekieman on October 21, 2012, 11:13:38 AM »
Hi Malkom, I don't know if it's still possible for the update 1.16? But it would be nice if the scroll over text field would have a fade in text from the buttom and fade out at the top of this text field. And do you know if text place in the (invisible) text field would automatically go to the next line if the sentence in the text has reached the end of the line? I prefer text in each line to align='justify'... if it's possible ;)

for example the text data in the database:

"- en wiebel niet zo! Je weet hoe erg ik mij stoor aan dat gewiebel..................."

tekst (see picture) should automatically go the the next line after the word "erg"... alignment of the text should then justify (not in the sample).

Thanks in advance (again, and again :)) ), Jeroen
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Wish List / Re: Sample request for new SQL feature
« Last post by kaboekieman on October 18, 2012, 08:30:18 AM »
Hi Malkom... thx for the How to update :) :)
In the next few days i will test this and try to implement a simple inventory system with it ;)
I think this will be a huge edition to my app and hac in general... so thx for this update :) :)
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