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Suggestions and Feedback / Re: Let us know what you think
« on: September 03, 2011, 02:10:17 PM »
I've had a little go on the 2.0 version and I must say that I am very impressed with the progress you have made so far.

The only things that are missing for me now are:

The program doesn't remember if you have rotated the display when it is restarted. This means that the emulator is still difficult to use on a 1024x600 netbook. This feature and the streamlined sidebar are much improved though and when the screen is rotated it fits within the screen perfectly. There is however a bit of a repeated duff image on the very far right of the display window.

The emulator doesn't seem to integrate well with a UK keyboard. #, @ and £ can be difficult to find. Scrolling using the arrow keys would also be of benefit.

Being able to save and edit and save the contents of the SD Card independently would be a boon.

Finally, more of a question. How does the licence work? Does it cover multiple machines (2) and does it expire after a period of time?


Using YouWave Android / Re: how can I resize the emulator window
« on: February 26, 2011, 10:33:45 AM »
I run the emulator on my desktop (1440x900) and my netbook (1024x600). It's a pleasure on the desktop but a pain on the netbook.

General Discussion / Re: Where is the SDcard data ?
« on: February 24, 2011, 07:59:32 PM »
I asked the same question yesterday.

General Discussion / Re: Where is the SDcard data ?
« on: February 24, 2011, 07:11:01 PM »
It cannot be done in this version. Hopefully enough people will want it for it to become a feature.

Suggestions and Feedback / Re: Let us know what you think
« on: February 24, 2011, 05:40:56 PM »
Hi, I've been using Youwave for Android for a few weeks now, I tried a number of other Android emulators and I found this one to be the best, I have recommended it to other users of the app I use it for.

I wonder if it would be possible to reduce the size of the window area so that the emulator worked more comfortably on a 1024x600 netbook screen. I have some suggestions to help simplify the main screen.

1. The window in the bottom right that shows the version number/download link. Would it be possible to remove this window (as it seems to have no other purpose) and replace it with a pop-up window (or some other notification device) that only appears when a new version newer than your installed version is available. This would reduce the overall height of the emulator.

2. The menus on the left hand side. Could it be made optional to view these (some people may like them) and for them to be made into drop down menus in the already existing menu bar?

eg. [File] [Edit] [Apps] [Menu] [Help]

3. Could the font size be either smaller or made user definable? Even if only swappable between the current and windows system font size.

4. The installed apps window could do with resizing a little, although with an optional menu and user definable font sizes this may not ever be an issue.

Thanks, I hope these suggestions can be of use to you. I have attached a photoshopped image of what the emulator screen would look like.

Using YouWave Android / Re: how can I resize the emulator window
« on: February 24, 2011, 05:17:17 PM »
That's a shame, the emulator window being a little more netbook 1024x600 screen resolution friendly would be a big boon.

Hopefully you could address this in the future.

Using YouWave Android / Re: Downloading an app from the Android market?
« on: February 24, 2011, 05:12:13 PM »
Thanks for the reply.

Using YouWave Android / Downloading an app from the Android market?
« on: February 23, 2011, 03:58:36 PM »
Hi, I'm new and I have a couple of questions, I hope you can help me.

1. I'm trying to download this iBodger app from the Android market. It says that I don't have an Android phone associated with the account, is there any way around this so that I can download the app directly to Windows or the emulator?

This app gets updated pretty often, I can email the developer for a copy each time he updates but this would be a simpler way.

2. When I update the app (file) above it doesn't update the app program in the emulator unless I reinstall Youwave. is there a way to avoid having to do this?

3. Is is possible to access the contents of the SD card through windows for backup purposes?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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