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- Kevin Michaluk, Founder, CrackBerry.com
09-14-2013 03:10 PM
i have a pretty simple app, mostly QML with a little c++ helper class.
this was working ok last night, but it seems that the app has stopped auto orienting.
auto-orient is set in the bar descriptor file. however, the app won't rotate out of portrait.
I am not forcing the orientation anywhere, and this used to "just work" (tm).
I'm using the camera in my app, and there's some debug output that looks like it should be auto orienting...
The rear camera unit is accessible. PpsTimeSettingsObject::newSettingsData() emitted NavigationPane: NavigationPaneOnFwdTransitionDone: emitting push transition ended for page: 12 client top: 12 OrientationSupportPrivate::setSupportedDisplayOrie
ntation: displayOrientation: CurrentLocked OrientationSupport::setSupportedDisplayOrientation (): Main application window not active, delaying orientation change until it becomes active. OrientationSupportPrivate::onWindowActive(): window now ready, retrying delayed setSupportedDisplayOrientation() call OrientationSupportPrivate::retrySetSupportedDispla yOrientation(): retrying delayed setSupportedDisplayOrientation() OrientationSupportPrivate::setSupportedDisplayOrie ntation: displayOrientation: CurrentLocked OrientationSupportPrivate::setSupportedDisplayOrie ntation: successfully changed to CurrentLocked OrientationSupportPrivate::setSupportedDisplayOrie ntation: displayOrientation: All OrientationSupportPrivate::setSupportedDisplayOrie ntation: successfully changed to All OrientationSupportPrivate::setSupportedDisplayOrie ntation: displayOrientation: All
anything else i can check or try to get the app autoorienting again?
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09-14-2013 03:15 PM - edited 09-14-2013 03:17 PM
a few questions. Is the issue only occuring on 10.2?
also have you changed any code since it stopped working? the simplest tiny non camera related errors can cause most camera functions to stop working. (Trust me, its a pain)
One thing you could try doing is creating a new project and manually migrating your code over, that can sometimes cause issues.
In the code you posted I did notice that the orientation is set to locked. Is your devices orientation locked? you may also want to check the bar descriptor to see if orientation is set to Auto-Orient on the "Application" page,
09-14-2013 03:21 PM
oh, FFS, I'm an **bleep**.
screen orientation lock was on.. I've been pulling my hair out for 2 hours!