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RE: Re: [opensuse] Leap, KDE, Bluetooth: how to create a special keyboard shortcut for an inside application function


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Von: Carlos E. R.
Gesendet: Di. 12.01.2016 13:18
An: OS-en ,
Betreff: Re: [opensuse] Leap, KDE, Bluetooth: how to create a special
keyboard shortcut for an inside application function

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On Friday, 2016-01-08 at 11:49 +0100, stakanov@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

Hello everybody.
Question:
Once it is paired with one,


I would expect this to be a limitation of the mouse itself, not the BT
stack on the computers. Check its documentation to see if it supports
several computers. If it says "yes", we could try to devise a way... :-?

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Cheers,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)

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Well, the problem seems to be dual fold. One hand the pairing function for 13.2
is broken for BT mice (the problem is known and a won'tfix because it does
substantially work in kde5). So it is fixed in Leap. But I found out today that
the pairing function for bluetooth devices is broken at least for Samsung GMS
smartphones in Leap too. Pairing fails and several odd things happen (like
phones that are not paired are still able to be browsed by the PC, etc. I will
check if someone did report this already if not open a bug report.
Sure is that even if defining a manual PIN this does apparently not allow the
mouse to connect if the other notebook/PC sends the correct password. So
probably the mouse is limited (which in case of broken pairing function as in
13.2 makes BT mices for 13.2 useless). The logitech documentation of the device
is......pitiful. For the time being we decided to use the mouse only on one
machine.

P.s. Welcome back.




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