I should make a patch for dosbox.conf in the package for the #Librem5. That way it'll fit on the screen just right for folks when they install it, with no fiddling.
Getting DOSBox just right on my phone.
I've got my personal priorities. ;)
@mariusor Sailfish definitely does it in an interesting way. I find the differences in task switching/management between different systems oddly fascinating. :)
iOS and Android both have task switching and app launching as different functions and views. Are there any operating systems that put them together like on the #Librem5?
I'm drawing a blank. But I kind of dig it!
@masterofthetiger Weirdly well. The UI is cramped as heck (obviously), but it's totally actually usable. And honestly doesn't look bad! Just... so rad.
I find task switching on the #Librem5 (PureOS) really interesting.
The launcher and the switcher are the *same* view.
No apps are running: the grid of installed apps takes up the full view.
With apps are running: the top half becomes a row of the apps you can swipe through.
@masterofthetiger Yup. :)
It's amazing to me how much software is already available on the Librem 5.
- Some of it optimized for touch screens.
- Some partially optimized.
- Some not yet optimized, but functional.
The power of Free and Open Source software (and Linux) at work. :)
@lazerbeak12345 I actually used to do that! Did that with a Pi 2 for several months. Worked astoundingly well!
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Ok. I'm not *actually* dialing Jenny.
(Well, now that's gonna be stuck in my head all day.)