Re: WINE - Windows Emulator for Android?
- Well, I kind of meant if the WiMo version could be run under such a program a Wine.... I know there are people working on an "emulator" under Android. But not sure if they have it working. I know there is know a working Android version that works on my HTC HD2. But that meens switching from one to the other back and forth. :( Oh, well. Time will only tell what I am going to have to do.
--- In email@example.com, Greg Dolkas <ko6th.greg@...> wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> Hmm, ok. I thought the capacitive touch screens came in with the i-things and then Android, skiping WinMo. Sounds like there was more overlap than I thought.
> But, the point remains... A Win32 program (one using libraries for a desktop/laptop) will have a hard(er) time working in a 320x320-ish screen where one can't use a stylus.
> Greg KO6TH
> Sent from my trusty iPAQ (with a pointy stylus)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "w7boz" <w7boz@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: 12/31/11 6:42 AM
> Subject: [aprsisce] Re: WINE - Windows Emulator for Android?
> On screen navigation??? Sharp pointy thing??? Sorry, but only the old phones use a Stylus..... Hence my problem running Aprsisce on my HTC HD2. You have to use BIG fingers to try and do everything. It is very hard. And have asked Lynn to make the ZOOM in/out bigger so my finger can do it. My HTC HD2 has no stylus. And very hard to use aprsisce. Even though it is Wimo 6.5.
> --- In email@example.com, Greg Dolkas <ko6th.greg@> wrote:
> > But isn't your problem going to be the on-screen navigation? WinMo 5/6/6.5
> > uses a relatively sharp pointy thing (stylus) on the screen to navigate;
> > Android uses something blunt (finger). I'd think you would need a
> > different screen layout, or at least a different way to do menus, to do
> > things properly. The special places to tap on the screen are hard enough
> > to hit with a stylus; using your finger could be madeningly difficult.
> > Greg KO6TH
> > On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 12:22 PM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
> > <kj4erj@>wrote:
> > > **
> > >
> > >
> > > On 12/29/2011 3:04 PM, Eric Lorenz K9LGE wrote:
> > > > So what we are REALLY looking for is a Windows Phone emulator for
> > > > Android. Sorry, but I wouldn't even think about trying to run most Win
> > > > desktop software on an Android phone. Could you imagine trying to run
> > > > the desktop version of APRSISCE on an Android? It is a nice program, but
> > > > trying to navigate that on a 4" screen? Ewww...
> > >
> > > Guess what? APRSISCE for Windows Mobile is the SAME screen as the main
> > > window of APRSIS32 on a Windows Desktop. It's a bit tight, but it's
> > > (almost) all there! Looks really good on a WebDT, if that platform only
> > > had transparency!
> > >
> > > Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> > >
> > >
> > >
I guess we can agree to disagree. I see (almost) everything I want to see with Aprisce and the log files. So we can agree to disagree. Maybe you can post a "Wish list" of exactly what you would like. With all the new features that have been added, I am very pleased. When was the last time you tried the Development release of Aprisce?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bob Bruninga" <bruninga@...> wrote:
> > Now why would I want to downgrade from a wonderful graphics
> > display, with GPS, Maps, Icons, etc,etc..... To old school
> > text display? I love Aprisce!
> It's not a downgrade. It's an enhancement. I find that more often than
> not, I am more interested in looking at tabular groupings of APRS data than
> just staring at a map and having to mouse around clicking at 300 or more
> local symbols like turning over rocks looking for crawdads.
> The organization and manipulation of TABULAR data is a very valuable
> capability in addition to a map. I like to look at:
> Stations sorted by distance,
> Stations sorted by callsign
> Stations sorted by symbol (Mobiles or Igates etc
> Stations sorted by type (all the EX or digis etc)
> Radio types
> Comment TEXT
> And any of the other dozens of categories of APRS data.
> Only by seeing all stations of the same dimension at once in tabular format
> can I get the big picture at a glance. Then if I want to see where they are
> distributed, I might go mouse around on the map a bit. I generally cannot
> get a good overall real-time grasp of APRS data on the air by looking at
> maps and clicking at little clouds.
> There are just too many icons not really doing anything. Just sitting
> there. And without the 8 color attributes in the original APRS, I cannot
> even tell by looking without clicking on each one.
> I get my mind's eye grasp of what people are doing at a glance by looking at
> and manipulating rows and columns of data. APRS data was intended to reveal
> everything about what is happening on the air. Not just a one dimensional
> symbol on a map. That is the problem with most follow-on APRS software, it
> focuses on the map instead of the dozens of other dimensions of data.
> I was shocked when APRSISCE, our latest great hope of getting beyond UIview,
> omits such a valuable window on the world of these other APRS fundamental
> > I can use my D7A if I want basic text information.
> That seems strange. To have to carry the power of APRSISCE in hand, and yet
> have to also carry a 14 year old radio just to get an easy tabular look at
> the data because APRSISCE has only a map based GUI.
> Bob, WB4APR