Rotate display - how?

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DonStefano
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Rotate display - how?

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I have installed the new version on my Nokia e61. Now it`s not possible to rotate the Display with keys 0+2.

Is it possible in that version? How is ist possible?

0AzK0
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Post by 0AzK0 »

Yes, it is possible. Just press 0+2, or "green key"+2

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0AzK0 wrote:Yes, it is possible. Just press 0+2, or "green key"+2
Doesn`t work with key 0+2 for taht version. What is the "green key"?

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Post by 0AzK0 »

Green button is the button which you press when you want to dial number

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0AzK0 wrote:Green button is the button which you press when you want to dial number
That works. Thank you very much!

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Post by DonStefano »

Now I`ve got a new problem. I have rotated my Display but I can`t use the mouse pointer. It doesn`t move an the Display shows in the left corner "CTRL"!

Anyone knows about this problem?

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Press the green key again!

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Post by Laserschwert »

Which keys do I have to press on the P1i to rotate the screen?

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Post by DonStefano »

Anotherguest wrote:Press the green key again!
That works. Thanks!

next problem :-)

I have "installed" The Dig and it is not able to save games. Even if I have done it, i can`t load it.
Is there a solution?

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DonStefano wrote:
Anotherguest wrote:Press the green key again!
That works. Thanks!

next problem :-)

I have "installed" The Dig and it is not able to save games. Even if I have done it, i can`t load it.
Is there a solution?
Make sure that your save path is set correctly. Refer to:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/User_ ... #Paths_tab

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md5 wrote:
DonStefano wrote:
Anotherguest wrote:Press the green key again!
That works. Thanks!

next problem :-)

I have "installed" The Dig and it is not able to save games. Even if I have done it, i can`t load it.
Is there a solution?
Make sure that your save path is set correctly. Refer to:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/User_ ... #Paths_tab
hmmm.... doesn`t work at all. I`ve set the path to e:\ (My sd-card) and if I look for it with the File Manager I see them. But it is not possible to load it.

I have no idea any more....

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Post by Noelemahc »

This gotta be printed someplace in very biiig letters, I think.

DO NOT USE THE MEMORY CARD ROOT FOR ANYTHING IN SCUMMVM!

Now that my tantrum is out of the way, let me reiterate. Symbian has biiiig issues with anything being in the root of anything, so you really should consider making your own subdirs, preferrably within subdirs which you can access from within the phone's own file browser to be 123% sure that their access rights are within comfortable operating parameters (i.e. NOT BLOCKED). Thank you for your attention :)

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Post by DonStefano »

Noelemahc wrote:This gotta be printed someplace in very biiig letters, I think.

DO NOT USE THE MEMORY CARD ROOT FOR ANYTHING IN SCUMMVM!

Now that my tantrum is out of the way, let me reiterate. Symbian has biiiig issues with anything being in the root of anything, so you really should consider making your own subdirs, preferrably within subdirs which you can access from within the phone's own file browser to be 123% sure that their access rights are within comfortable operating parameters (i.e. NOT BLOCKED). Thank you for your attention :)
I`ve changed the path to C:\, but nothing happened. Perhaps I should reinstall Scummvm on c:\, because I`ve installed the main programm on e:\!!

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Create a folder, like E:\saves, and point ScummVM there, NOT the root folder

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At least on UIQ devices C:\ (root) is always cleared by the system. So nothing in the root, thats the general rule.

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