From: Jeff Graham <Jeff.Graham@br...> - 2011-05-23 14:29:05
Got a new overo fire but the flash was blank. So downloaded the
development "desktop" images from Apr 15. It boots fine.
The enlightenment launches fine and the GUI seems happy except for 2
1. the GUI thinks the screen is larger than the actual LCD hardware
2. the touchscreen left-to-right is correct, but it thinks up is down
I don't know how to fix #1. The screen is the standard lcd43 that came
with the Overo fire package.
I tried ts_calibrate to fix problem #2, first attempt was to actually
touch the cross-hair corners, then even tried to touch the up corner
when prompted for down, etc. No matter what I try the touch screen is
Do the cross-hair appearing at the real corners of the LCD screen.
It seems ts_calibrate detect the 4.3 one on Chestnut properly but
the cross-hair are not located at the real extreme corners ... which
lead to some wrong calibration ... afterwards I cannot access the
extreme corners buttons for example in my Qt application ...
I am studying the ts_calibrate source c-code Any thoughts ?
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