The impress file can not be edited within my pc when the remote control is stoped.
1. New impress file, input some content.
2. Start remote control, play with it;
3. Stop remote control from the android device;
4. try to edit the impress file within your pc.
You can not edit your impress file in step 4.
Editing is allowed in step 4.
Impress Remote Control 2.1.0 alpha
Fedora 20 x86.
I started my remote control by wifi, not bluetooth. (bluetooth is not usable in my android 4.1 device and my fedora 20 pc, even if I disable the firewall deamon.)
CONFIRMED with AIR 2.1.0 alpha + LO Version: 188.8.131.52 on Ubuntu 12.04.4
(In reply to comment #0)
> The impress file can not be edited within my pc when the remote control is
> 1. New impress file, input some content.
Added title "Broken Remote"
> 2. Start remote control, play with it;
I'm going to interpret "start remote control, play with it" as
a) Start up the app
b) Connect to the computer
(including typing-in the PIN code)
c) run the presentation
(Note: because I usually have strict firewalling, I had to explicitly allow traffic in from my local LAN -- you could do multicast traffic, etc.. separately, but I just allowed it all during the testing period)
> 3. Stop remote control from the android device;
I first tried "Stop slide show".
> 4. try to edit the impress file within your pc.
Trying to click on an element on the slide did not change the cursor to an "insert" cursor, or allow me to make changes, but first going to Format -> Position and Size, and then changing the Width was successful, and after that I was able to edit the document normally.
> 3(Try II). Stop remote control from the android device;
Next, I tried to stop the remote control app *completely* on my android device.
a) "Stop slide show"
b) Make sure the process for AIR is no longer running
> 4(Try II). try to edit the impress file within your pc.
Same problem. After using a menu option (e.g. Format -> Paragraph -> press "OK"), the problem goes away.
> Current behaviour:
> You can not edit your impress file in step 4.
Suokunlong: Is this a regression from previous versions of the AIR?
(In reply to comment #2)
> Suokunlong: Is this a regression from previous versions of the AIR?
Sorry, 2.1.0 alpha was the first release I tested. Before that I dont know where can I get a built.
(In reply to comment #3)
> (In reply to comment #2)
> > Suokunlong: Is this a regression from previous versions of the AIR?
> Sorry, 2.1.0 alpha was the first release I tested. Before that I dont know
> where can I get a built.
Try the links listed here:
Moving bug to (new) 'Impress Remote' product.
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