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Request for edit in getting started page
I would like to replace it with something a little more noob/beginner friendly. Review http://www.webos-internals.org/wiki/Portal:_Where_to_Get_Started --Imop45 15:44, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
please don't split discussions; put replies on the same discussion page as the comment you're replying to, and in the same section. i left part of your comment as is at the bottom of Talk:Main Page, as i didn't want to butcher it too badly. please split it and move the parts to the appropriate places.
also, don't forget to sign your comments.
—X1011 04:13, 28 July 2009 (UTC)
Mailer is broken
I registered as giacomo and the email address is valid, but your mailer returns "1" and complains. I can still log in but can't confirm. Is it a problem?
- Nope, not aproblem -- we know about it, and are trying to fix it,but no confirmation is required.
G: Actually, I DID receive the confirmation emails. Just your mailer complains.
This page reboots my Pre :-(
Hi, what is so speciall about this page? Most of the times that I visit it (specially the login page) my Pre reboots and it is the only time that I ever saw my Pre rebooting.
capture with volume keys
trying to update this patch and it always gives me an error removing and sends me to the ipkg log. i cant even find how to remove it and the EPR package is nowhere to be found. please help.
Confirmation email sent when creating webos-internals account
Kinda funny really, but I figured I report that the confirmation email sent out when someone creates a new account on this site says "Someone, probably you, from IP address 127.0.0.1,has registered an account..."
Don't know how I managed to register from a local loopback address- but it sure is funny for an IT guy like me to see it!
Hey, I am working on an app for my TouchPad, and you guys seem to be the authority on homebrew applications, so I thought I'd shoot you a question and see if you could help. I know some basic HTML and am learning the specific tags for the webOS version, but for the life of me, I can't figure out how to make the image for the first page of my app stay fullscreen when I rotate the device. This has caused me to make two extra pages; one that asks which orientation that you will be using, and one that has the alternate (landscape view). I already have the portrait view and both pics are in 1024x768 (or 768x1024 for landscape) and are in high quality .jpg format. If you could help, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, If there is no way for me to do it entirely in the HTML page, then just don't bother; I am not versed in Java or CSS at all.