this looks to be fixed in 1.2.0
DUO Mobile is proprietary app that forces one to use their Android/iOS app for 2FA. However DUO mobile's 2FA standard is HOTP counter code (already implimented), and the protocol for importing from their QR code is has been reverse engineered:
It would be nice if Numberstation could understand and import that code.
If there are enough 2FA tokens present in numberstation, they will introduce a scrollbar on the right of numberstation.
However, the GUI seems to aim to take up the entire space on Phosh, so when the scrollbar is present, it also makes the GUI horizontally scrollable. This horizontal scroll makes it a bit harder to scroll in Phosh (since it can confuse how I want to scroll).
While not a huge deal, it is a bit of a UI papercut.
I am glad to hear it! If there is anything you notice while using it, please let me know.
Unfortunately, the ofono plugin is disabled while updating other parts of the mmsd-tng stack (namely, replacing the unmaintainable http client stack with libsoup). I don't have much experience with ofono, but if you or someone you know can help update the ofono plugin, it would be greatly appreciated.
I was hopin to guage your interest level of merging the patches you have with mmsd with my mmsd fork:
My fork conpletely works with Modem Manager, and I have made several improvements to the core as well. I already am using one patch of yours, but I am not as familiar with the rest of the patches.
Would this be of interest to you?
It also has support now to send MMS!
Here is mmsd with a Modem Manager Plugin to recieve MMS.
Merge request link
There is a a port of mmsd aiming to integrate into purple-mm-sms:
mmsd is able to send MMS via modem manager and work with purple-mm-sms to recieve MMS:
I was able to do a Proof oc concept to send an MMS on Modem Manager. I logged the details here: