[sugar] [Olpc-open] jumpy cursor problem and sugar issue
Fri May 9 05:06:04 EDT 2008
On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 5:44 AM, Bryan Berry <bryan.berry at gmail.com> wrote:
> thanks, will try this out
> On Thu, 2008-05-08 at 16:01 -0400, Samuel Klein wrote:
>> Advice from the field : try dusting a jumpy touchpad with chalkdust.
>> --SJ, who is looking for a cite...
Yes this is a discovery from a child at Atlas Public school pilot in
Pakistan. What my findings are that this is due to the moisture on the
finger tips that makes this touchpad go wild .
What I suggest is that use any softer powder, chalk dust is not fine
powder and makes scratches on the touchpad. Any powder is ok as far as
it can remove that moisture.
>> On Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 7:50 AM, Bryan Berry <bryan.berry at gmail.com>
>> Day 3 of the pilots at Bishwamitra and Bashuki and couple of
>> issues have
>> come up
>> 1. We are having a lot of trouble w/ jumpy cursors. You know
>> where the
>> touchpad behaves erratically. Is there an easy fix to this
>> we are using build 703, MP machines, and firmware Q2d14. We
>> have the
>> kids hold down the 4 corner buttons as recommended in the XO
>> user guide
>> but that doesn't seem to consistently fix the problem.
>> Dust is an issue at the schools but that can't explain the
>> high rate of
>> jumpy cursors. Please assist
>> 2. For future reference: In general the kids and teachers find
>> it quite
>> confusing when they move the cursor to the corners of the
>> screen and the
>> Sugar frame pops up. The kids have learned the top row keys
>> very quickly
>> - faster than I thought - and they find the frame popping up
>> confusing. They have learned to use the frame button already.
>> pictures to come and a full write-up, I promise!
>> Bryan W. Berry
>> Systems Engineer
>> OLE Nepal, http://www.olenepal.org
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