The latest status is in https://lists.sr.ht/~mil/sxmo-devel/%3CCA%2BNkjtsWd7AOEqZB6%3Dv6nGOT4bM68rsBpYiB0TvF1WPEAvUFNQ%40mail.gmail.com%3E My major focus was on AV call. I was waiting for cam drivers. I guess now they are ready but I don't have time to try it. May be next year.
When dialing the number takes too much space from the left. v1.1.7
From my experience general purpose keyboard doesn't fit any particular application ;) If you don't mind redundancy among layers I wouldn't mind to merge everything into one binary. I was under impression every layer has to have the same number of keys. That is why I wrote dedicated keyboard for dialer. For myself I would definitely do "terminal" layout and "surf" layout. The latter would have less keys but they could be much bigger. The former must have "/,-,arrows,ctrl,tab" on top (IMHO). And of cause "dialer" layout could have bigger keys. I just don't know how to enlarge keys vertically. And just aesthetic detail -- arrow is much better as "<-" not "L". But for this you have to change Backspace to "<==" ;) Last but not least rotated keyboard could be quite different as well. ;)
Well I didn't think about menu ;) Rather right config file. Every time I start recording mic level is reset. And it seems to be different from levels of call. I'll check store/restore logic. But I'm still a bit confused in all those devices in alsa.conf.
Never happened to my CE PP.
I like dwm status bar approach. For three buttons we have the most important actions (imho) are: -- Launch st; -- Kill client; -- Activate screen lock; -- Shift current client in stack. With two of them on double click which I really hate now ;) Adding convenience -- Toggle svkbd; -- Launch menu we have comfortable six actions. The rest I've never used and/or they are easy accessible from menu.
I have checked details:
- gestures are active with menu;
- add return on top is easy (I would assign it to myself, but I have no permission)
- in general there is no way back as state of parent menu is to exit when done in most cases;
- that is why most menus have a hook to System menu. Thus, gesture way would be over-complicated.