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Upon next system update, could you please: [duplicate]

asked 2014-01-18 16:26:48 +0300

spacenewt gravatar image

updated 2014-07-11 23:36:22 +0300

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  • correct the spelling mistake, Accessibility has 2 s
  • Traditional Chinese is the official written form of Chinese in Taiwan, not just in Hong Kong. Please add that.
  • resend the original ambience files that went missing after installation of The First One other-half?
  • add possibility to organize apps in folders?

Thank you!

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The question has been closed for the following reason "duplicate question" by phle
close date 2014-01-19 08:42:39.080281


That's what the questions are for. This is rather useless...

nodevel ( 2014-01-18 18:01:36 +0300 )edit

@spacenewt - Welcome to the jolla community. These look like valid feature requests.

That's ok, and one of the main point of this site, in my opinion. But you would have better success with your wishes if you did not bunch more than one item per question.

I do not think you intend that there should be no new release until your four points are fullfiulled, right?

Moreover I would say the first three point amount to bug reports, the fourth one is a featuire request (one that is already present in the site. just vote for it!)

mikelima ( 2014-01-18 18:20:10 +0300 )edit

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answered 2014-01-18 18:23:54 +0300

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It's easier if you (after checking that your question/suggestion isn't already posted) post each rather different question/suggestion as a separate post, both for answering, and for others to search for it.

  • I had a really hard time understanding what you meant with the "Accesibility" spelling error, as nothing in the Jolla settings are labelled so.
    A search here on Jolla2gether (together.jolla.com) probably gave me the answer, though: "[language] "Accesibility": missing s", regarding Jolla Store.

  • A better suggestion than "don't just mention Hong Kong, mention Taiwan as well" would be:
    Please change "Chinese (Mainland)" to "Chinese (Simplified)", and "Chinese (Hong Kong)" to "Chinese (Traditional)".
    (but in Chinese, of course).

  • regarding missing Ambiences, maybe you should post that as a separate question?
    (I take it you've already searched Jolla2gether, and that your problem is not a duplicate of those already mentioning Ambience problems?)

  • This is already suggested, multiple times (e.g. see "Folder support in app launcher").

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Yes, FYI: Together already has questions abt the typo of Accessibility in Store, missing Ambiences, and folders in launcher.

foss4ever ( 2014-01-18 22:18:44 +0300 )edit

answered 2014-01-18 23:36:37 +0300

spacenewt gravatar image

Thank you all for taking your time. And sorry for my silly requests amounted to multiple postings. I got pretty confused with already several thousands of posts on this site being new. And I totally agreed it should be just listed Simplified Chinese vs Traditional Chinese, in Chinese. We know better which is which as both forms are used in different countries and regions.

I'll try to learn faster how to use this forum. Cheers!

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You're fine, I'm sorry if I sounded too harsh :) I recommend searching tags to find out if such question has already been placed.

nodevel ( 2014-01-19 01:55:56 +0300 )edit

@spacenewt - Everyone has the right to be new and confused (we've all been new here, at one point. ;-) ),
and it's better to ask, and be informed, than not asking at all. :-)

I'll close this question now, but please do create new - separate - questions/entries for items not already covered!
(Of the options available, I chose "duplicate question, even though maybe not all of the items are.)

(Please excuse me if I come off as harsh, that wasn't/isn't my intention.)

phle ( 2014-01-19 08:40:16 +0300 )edit

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