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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2003 9:07 am    Post subject: Re: Re: Categories - don't sync Reply with quote

Hi Blepo
Ok. My mistake. I did'nt realize that Support for the other clients
were pointing here.

Have a nice day ;.)
Nat

torsdag 22. maj 2003 kl. 09:00 skrev blepo2000:

> No not iSync, but Salling's Mobile sync. Support for Mobile sync is
> pointing to this
> group so that's why I posted here. But thanks for mentioning - I just
> rephrased in a
> new post.
>
>
> --- In ericssonclient@yahoogroups.com, Jens wrote:
> > Hi Blepo
> > What categories are you thinking of? Salling Clicker does'nt sync any
> > categories as far as I know.
> > Maybe you're thinking of iSync?
> >
> > Best regards
> >
> > Nat
> >
> >
> > onsdag 21. maj 2003 kl. 14:38 skrev blepo2000:
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Would be cool in next update to able to select which categories you
> > > DON'T want to
> > > sync.
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PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2003 11:51 pm    Post subject: Re: Jonas' input Reply with quote

Thanks, Julie. I appreciate it, although I'm quite sure you don't want
to be my GF; I work all the time!

Cheers,
Jonas

tisdagen den 20 maj 2003 kl 19.14 skrev Dr. Julie Armstrong:

> Jonas, (oh, the rest of you can read too!)
>
> I really appreciate the effort you put into your work. I also
> appreciate the time you take to respond to each question. Please feel
> free to continue to offer info as you see fit!
>
> Appreciatively,
>
> Julie
> p.s. You single? ;)
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2003 10:18 am    Post subject: Re: SETI@home screen saver Reply with quote

On 6/8/03 12:15 AM, "Ivan Myrvold" wrote:
>> The SETI@home_OSX process gets killed all right, but the problem is
>> that a new process is immediately created again. Do anyone have a
>> solution to this?
>
> I was having the same problem with a script that was supposted to
> restart
> one of my machines at a certain time, and SETI@home was cancelling
> log-out.
> The problem is that there are two other processes that you need to also
> kill:
>
> 1. SETI@homeInit
> 2. S@hScreensaver
>
> The problem here is that if you kill these two, then your S@h
> screensaver
> probably won¹t start automatically. So you may need to do something
> like
> kill the two extra processes and then restart them again afterwards.
> You¹ll

Hi...

I've got SETI@home running when I'm not in the office and also a screen
saver with a password set to lock the screen.

I'm using a "Basic Black" screen saver (so as not to slow the machine
down for SETI@home), which I think I got from
. I've set the activation
time to never.

Now in SEC Proximity, I have two scripts for when I leave the Mac. The
second is the standard "System: screensaver on" script. The first is
"SETI@home: start", which is just:
tell application "SETI@home_OSX" to activate

For when I come back to the Mac, the first script is the standard
"System: screensaver off" script. The second is "SETI@home: stop",
which is this:
tell application "SETI@home_OSX" to quit
tell application "SEC Helper" to show screen message "SETI@home
stopped" duration 1

I did at first play with killing the SETI@home process(es) with UNIX
commands as in the screensaver off script, but the above AppleScript is
certainly a bit simpler. It works... but I do sometimes find that
SETI@home has died with the following codes in the log file... I don't
know why.

Exception: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)
Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE (0x0002) at 0x00000000

Thanks for an excellent app, Jonas!

A question whilst I'm here: is there a way to manually run AppleScripts
from the SEC preferences pane? I seem to remember a Run button in an
early versions (which certainly helps when testing Proximity actions),
but now (I'm using version 1.5) I can only find the Check button.

Oh go on then: here's another. I think I've found a bug in Apple's
Bluetooth / USB implementation... If I unplug my D-link DWB-120M
adaptor from my 600MHz iBook whilst the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar
is showing an active connection, this puts the Bluetooth system into a
strange state. I can't get the icon to reset to no activity and,
worse, putting the machine to sleep results in a hang (mouse pointer
disappears but machine does not sleep and the only thing I can do is
hold down the Power button to reset). Has anyone else seen this?

Ashley.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2003 8:36 pm    Post subject: Proximity scripts on removing adaptor? Reply with quote

On Monday, June 9, 2003, at 09:18 am, Ashley Ward wrote:
> I think I've found a bug in Apple's Bluetooth / USB implementation...
> If I unplug my D-link DWB-120M adaptor from my 600MHz iBook whilst the
> Bluetooth icon in the menu bar is showing an active connection, this
> puts the Bluetooth system into a strange state. I can't get the icon
> to reset to no activity and, worse, putting the machine to sleep
> results in a hang (mouse pointer disappears but machine does not sleep
> and the only thing I can do is hold down the Power button to reset).
> Has anyone else seen this?

Apologies for following up to my own post...

I've tried to reproduce this bug now and can't: I can reliably pull out
the D-link adaptor when connections are active and it doesn't seem to
cause any problems. Perhaps it was fixed in the recent Bluetooth SW
update. Sorry if I've wasted anyone's time troubleshooting this.

I'd like to request a change in SEC though. When I pull out the D-link
adaptor, SEC acts as if my mobile phone has left proximity: it runs the
Applescripts I've set up, locking the display (screen saver) among
other things. When I replug it, when SEC detects my phone, it unlocks
my display.

I'd prefer it if SEC didn't run the proximity scripts when the adaptor
was pulled out. That way, I could just pull out the adaptor at the end
of the day without worrying about shutting off SEC first. Is this
possible?

Ashley.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2003 12:46 am    Post subject: Re: Proximity scripts on removing adaptor? Reply with quote

Hi.

On onsdag, jun 11, 2003, at 20:36 Europe/Copenhagen, Ashley Ward wrote:

> I'd prefer it if SEC didn't run the proximity scripts when the adaptor
> was pulled out.=A0 That way, I could just pull out the adaptor at the end
> of the day without worrying about shutting off SEC first.=A0 Is this
> possible?

Short Answer: No

Long Answer:
No, because what SEC works with, is what the Apple Bluetooth stack=20
tells it. When the adaptor is unplugged, the BT stack 'just' removes=20
the device from the available devices, and I guess this is what makes=20
the proximity feature work.

What do you do when leaving proximity that is not meant to happen when=20
you unplug the adaptor?
Why not show a dialog with a time out to confirm?

Please note that many (I guess) of us use this 'feature' as a security=20
feature: unplug and the Mac is locked!

Hope it helps...

Jakob Peterh=E4nsel

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2003 9:56 pm    Post subject: Re: Proximity scripts on removing adaptor? Reply with quote

> Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 00:46:17 +0200
> From: Marook Zuug Kenja
> Subject: Re: Proximity scripts on removing adaptor?
>
> On onsdag, jun 11, 2003, at 20:36 Europe/Copenhagen, Ashley Ward wrote:
>> I'd prefer it if SEC didn't run the proximity scripts when the adaptor
>> was pulled out.  That way, I could just pull out the adaptor at the
>> end
>> of the day without worrying about shutting off SEC first.  Is this
>> possible?
>
> Short Answer: No
>
> Long Answer:
> No, because what SEC works with, is what the Apple Bluetooth stack
> tells it. When the adaptor is unplugged, the BT stack 'just' removes
> the device from the available devices, and I guess this is what makes
> the proximity feature work.

:( that's a shame. I think adaptor removal is semantically different
from device-out-of-range... oh well.

> What do you do when leaving proximity that is not meant to happen when
> you unplug the adaptor?
> Why not show a dialog with a time out to confirm?

Sorry, Jakob: I don't understand this paragraph.

> Please note that many (I guess) of us use this 'feature' as a security
> feature: unplug and the Mac is locked!

Perhaps the behaviour could be given a preference then? The behaviour
I suggest wouldn't cause me any particular security problems: if the
screen is locked, unplugging the adaptor would leave it locked, and if
the screen is unlocked, then I'm by the Mac anyway.

> Jakob Peterhänsel

Ashley.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2003 10:44 pm    Post subject: Re: Re: SETI@home screen saver Reply with quote

> A question whilst I'm here: is there a way to manually run AppleScripts
> from the SEC preferences pane? I seem to remember a Run button in an
> early versions (which certainly helps when testing Proximity actions),
> but now (I'm using version 1.5) I can only find the Check button.

Since a lot of the scripts now depend on actually being able to
communicate with a client (phone) this button couldn't stay. I'll look
into a solution, because I agree it'd be very useful.

> Oh go on then: here's another. I think I've found a bug in Apple's
> Bluetooth / USB implementation... If I unplug my D-link DWB-120M
> adaptor from my 600MHz iBook whilst the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar
> is showing an active connection, this puts the Bluetooth system into a
> strange state. I can't get the icon to reset to no activity and,
> worse, putting the machine to sleep results in a hang (mouse pointer
> disappears but machine does not sleep and the only thing I can do is
> hold down the Power button to reset). Has anyone else seen this?

I think we can expect the Bluetooth implementation to become better
over time. I have seen a similar behavior a couple of times.

Best,
jonas


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2003 6:13 am    Post subject: t610 and Address Book problem Reply with quote

Just upgraded to a t610 (great phone btw) and seem to be having
problems running the Address Book actions, or even Address Book itself
for that matter. For some reason, AB and Clicker now seem to be
mutually exclusive - I can pair my phone with Address Book but can't
load Clicker, and if I run Clicker, the Address Book refuses to
establish a connection. This didn't happen with my t68i. Bummer.

I'm running Clicker 1.5 (159) and OS 10.2.6 on a Powerbook with a
Billionton BT dongle.

Hope someone can help, or at least point me in the right direction.
Thanks in advance!

Vic


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2003 7:49 am    Post subject: Re: t610 and Address Book problem Reply with quote

Vic,

Please check out the information on this page:

http://clicker.salling.com/faq.html

Best,
Jonas

On onsdag, jul 2, 2003, at 06:13 Europe/Stockholm, Vic Icasas wrote:

> Just upgraded to a t610 (great phone btw) and seem to be having
> problems running the Address Book actions, or even Address Book itself
> for that matter. For some reason, AB and Clicker now seem to be
> mutually exclusive - I can pair my phone with Address Book but can't
> load Clicker, and if I run Clicker, the Address Book refuses to
> establish a connection. This didn't happen with my t68i. Bummer.
>
> I'm running Clicker 1.5 (159) and OS 10.2.6 on a Powerbook with a
> Billionton BT dongle.
>
> Hope someone can help, or at least point me in the right direction.
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Vic
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2003 4:23 pm    Post subject: Re: t610 and Address Book problem Reply with quote

--- In ericssonclient@yahoogroups.com, Jonas Salling wrote:
> Vic,
>
> Please check out the information on this page:
>
> http://clicker.salling.com/faq.html

Thanks Jonas. Sorry, am a bit overwhelmed with the new phone and I assumed (wrongly)
that it might have something to do with it. Looking forward to your next Clicker release!


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2003 4:42 pm    Post subject: MPlayer Controller Reply with quote

Hi all,

here's a script to control MPlayer OS X 2. If anyone knows how to make
MPlayer respond faster in full screen mode (if possible), please let me
know.

Enjoy!
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2003 3:55 pm    Post subject: OT: Sony Clie? Reply with quote

If anyone is currently using a Sony Clie, and uses a cell phone as a
modem to retrieve mail, etc.., please contact me off-list. Where are th
necessary drivers?

Thanks,

Julie

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2003 11:04 am    Post subject: OT File Transfer App OSX Reply with quote

I am looking for a file transfer app for OSX that will enable me to see
the files on my P800 from my Powerbook and then transfer them to my
Powerbook.

Any suggestions?

Thanks so much

Larry Elliott


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2003 12:11 pm    Post subject: Re: OT File Transfer App OSX Reply with quote

Can't you just use the Browse device in the bluetooth menu?

/Ola



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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2003 12:40 pm    Post subject: Re: OT File Transfer App OSX Reply with quote

When I do I get an error message "Device does not have the necessary
services"

On Sunday, July 6, 2003, at 10:11 PM, Ola Löfgren wrote:

> Can't you just use the Browse device in the bluetooth menu?
>
> /Ola
>
>
>
> On Sunday, Jul 6, 2003, at 11:04 Europe/Stockholm, Larry Elliott wrote:
>
>> I am looking for a file transfer app for OSX that will enable me to
>> see
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